Common Cook Island Phrases

Pacific Learners is very happy to bring you our second Cook Island language video. In this video, you will learn common Cook Island phrases that you can use everyday.

At Pacific Learners, we are passionate about promoting Pacific Language, especially with our young tamariki. Cultural identity allows our young Pacific Learners to be confident in who they are. 

In this video, you will phrases like ‘how are you?’, or ‘come and eat’ and many more, so by integrating our ‘Common Cook Island Words‘ video with Common Phrases, you will be well on your journey to becoming a confident Cook Island speaker. 

Cook Island Prayer

Ka pure tātou – Let us pray
‘Ē to mātou Metua i runga i te rangi teitei – Our heavenly father
Te pati atu nei mātou i tā’au ‘akameitaki’anga i teia ‘epetoma. – We ask for your blessings this week
Ki runga ‘ia mātou tātakita’i – To each and every one of us
Na roto i te ingoa o Iesu i pure atu ei mātou. – In Jesus name we pray

‘Āmene – Amen

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