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Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Day 2 Week 2: The Silent Movie

After watching the trailer for The Lion's Cage I'd say it's about a man who gets stuck in a cage, and he's trying to figure out how to get out of the cage. During his attempt at escaping he makes it worse by trapping himself in with the lion. He tries various ways to escape, has a close encounter with a tiger and decides it's better off with the lion. In the end the lion woke up, he was rescued by a woman and then tried to impress her by acting tough around the lion.

I think I would enjoy watching a silent film. A few seem to be based around comedy and I am a fan of comedy.

Day 1 Week 2: The Right To Vote

In Saudi Ariba women weren't allowed to vote until 2015. I think that it's not fair for women to have to wait until 2015 to vote. Everyone should have the right to vote as each opinion matters whether it's to help fix or improve something.

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Day 2 Week 1: Rate Out Of 5

A self-portrait of Tamara de Lempicka, drawn by herself!

Out of 5 stars, I'd rate it a 4. My reason for this is because of how amazing the art is! The shading and the art style is unique itself but it doesn't quite fit my interest.

Day 1 Week 2: A Famous Cathedral


Washington National Cathedral
You can find the Washington National Cathedral on the corners of Wisconsin Avenue and Massachusetts Avenue which is in Washington DC.
The construction finished in the year 1990.
It took 83 years for the whole cathedral to be built.

Day 4 Week 1: Playing Games

Poi Rakau 
The game was originally a training game for warriors. 
Two rules of the game are: 
One, the person in the middle has to pass to the people on the outside of them. 
Two, if the person in the middle passes with their right or left hand, the catcher has to catch with the opposite hand.

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Day 5 Week 1: Translate

1) Nau mai ki Aotearoa.
Welcome to New Zealand.
2) Riiana is my name.
Ko Riiana toku ingoa
3) What is your name?
He aha to ingoa
4) He pai taku ki te takaro i te whutupaora.
I like to play football.
5) Where do you come from? 
No whea koe?

(As I am Tainui descent we use wh instead of h in words like whea/hea  tewhea/tehea)

Monday, 1 January 2018

Week 1 Bonus 5: #EarnTheFern

If I could ask Bill Kini four questions I'd ask him these.
#1 How often did you train?
#2 How did you organise the time to train in two sports?
#3 What kind of foods were you eating?
#4 Did you have much time to spend with family?