Tokelau Language Week

Tokelau Language

Mālō ni and warm pacific greetings. At Pacific Learners Education, we are excited to bring you the Tokelau Language Resources page. This page brings together all the Tokelau content across Pacific Learners website.

This page is a great resource for Tokelau Language Week, you will be able to find animated language videos, songs, cultural videos and images. 

As we continue in our efforts to revitalise Pacific Languages, we hope you come on the journey with us, so we can collectively celebrate our beautiful pacific culture.  

Tokelau Language Resources

Tokelau language videos 

Common Tokelau Words

Understanding basic Tokelau words is a great way to start your Tokelaun language journey. Words like “Io” meaning “Yes” or “Fakamolemole” meaning “Thankyou”. 

A great way to becoming familiar with these common Tokelau words, is to use them in your everyday conversations. 

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Common Tokelau Phrases

In this video, we give you common Tokelau phrases you can use in everyday conversations. Phrases like ‘Eā mai koe?’ which means ‘How are you?’ or ‘Manuia te aho!’ which means, ‘Have a nice day!’ and many more. 

Starting with common Tokelau words and phases is a great way to start your Tokelauan language journey.  

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Tokelau words for items at the supermarket

As we continue our Tokelau Language video series, we bring you ‘Tokelau words for items at the supermarket’. In this video, we give you 17 items you see when walking around the supermarket. 

Phrases like ‘Hihī’ which mean ‘Cheese’ and ‘Fūafai’ which means ‘Banana’ and many more. 

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The Lord’s Prayer in Tokelau

In this video, we have translated one of the most well known scriptures in the Bible, the ‘Lord,s Prayer’ from English to Tokelauan.

At Pacific Learners Education, we are passionate about delivering content that can have a positive impact on our children’s sense of identity and belonging. 

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Tokelau words for days and months

As we continue to deliver more Tokelau language videos, we give you ‘Tokelau words for days and months’. 

Learning common words like days of the week and months of the year, is a great way to integrate them into everyday conversations. 

For example, my birthday is in ‘Mē’ which means ‘May’ or, I have a class camp on ‘Aho Tofi’ which means ‘Thursday’.   

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