Today, Naomi and Rhoda Ghebrenegus were very happy to teach us a few expressions in Tigrinya. As you’ll see from the clips below, they were confident and they had fun. A big thank you to their Dad, Michael, who took the time to give us some suggestions to include in the clip.
Although learning a language can be challenging sometimes, we hope the girls will continue learning Tigrinya!
Sounds from the Tigrinyan alphabet
Counting to 10.
Have a good day!!
Diving in the Red Sea
Th Eastern Escarpament
For the next two weeks we will learn Tygrinia. This is a language spoken in Eritrea. Naomi (Yr 2) and Rhoda (Rec) Ghebrenegus will be our language experts!
Over the past 3 weeks, 3/4 ZS and CP have explored the beautiful art of poetry.
This reminded me of a collection of nursery rhymes from different countries beautifully illustrated ( cover below).
What is your favourite poem? In what language? What reminds you of?
Priviet all ( hello),
Here is Max teaching us how to count to ten in Russian. he prefers to sing it to us.
We have also learnt about the beautiful country that Russia is.
Winter at Kremlin
Elbrus Mountain ( above)
The Hermitage( below)