Streettalk
Hi : Malo ni or Taloha
Hello my name is… : Malo ni, ko toku igoa ko...
How are you? : Ea mai koe?
I'm well : Ko au e lelei
Pleased to meet you : Ko au e fiafia kua fetaui ki ta ...
How do you do? : Ea mai koe?
You look well! : Te malohi o koe!
Goodbye : Tofaa

Handy and survivaltalk
Please : Faka molemole
Thank you : Faka fetai
Yes : Lo
No : Heai
This tastes great! : Te malie ! (also means 'that's funny')
The weather is nice : Te manaia o te tau

What to do on the island?
Fishing : Fagota
Walking : Havalivali
Playing : Tafao
Running : Fetuli
Laughing : Faikakata
Joking : Faileka

I spy with my little eye
Coconut : Niu (tree), hua (young coconut)
Fish : Ika
Beach : Matafaga
Sunshine : Te la
Rain : Ua
Tree : Lakau (can also mean piece of stick)
Man : Tamaloa (unmarried man - taumalo)
Woman : Fafine (unmarried woman - tautiti)
Child/children : Tama / tamaiti (na in front makes it plural)
School : Akoga
House : Fale
Weather : Tau

Necessities
You are crazy! : Koe te hoho!
Do not run so fast! : Koe na he vili lahi!
Stop dancing! : Fakauma te hiva!
Fishy fish : Ika kokou
Lazy chicken : Moa tauale (sick chicken)
Funny pig : He pua malie

Tokelau Magic
>Benefiting the island
Whowhatwhere?
>Tokelau snapshots
>Tokelau Voyage