A recap of the answers to the question 'How are you?'

How would you say, 'I am tired' in response to someone asking how you are.  

There are also other ways of asking how someone is depending on where you're from. For example, those from western dialects including the Waikato area say, 'E pēwhea ana koe?' Using this structure how would you respond with 'I am good'?  

How would you say you're hungry? 'Kei te   ahau'

When someone says, 'Kei te māuiui ahau' this means that they are   .

How would you respond to 'Kei te pēhea koe?' and say 'I'm well'  

What does 'Kei te pērā tonu' mean?  

When someone says, 'Kei te ruha' this means exhausted,   and run-down.

If you want to respond and say 'very well thank you' how would you say this in Māori?  

When youve been for a long run, you're exhausted and out of breath, how would you respond to 'Kei te pēhea koe?'  

'Taua āhua anō', what does this mean?  

Q: Kei te pēhea koe? A: Kāore i te pai What does this response translate to?  

If you're sick, can't cope, not well and a friend asks you how you are, you would respond and say, 'Kei raro e   ana'



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