Beginner's Maori (Beginner's Foreign Language) by K. T. Harawira

By K. T. Harawira

The Beginner's sequence is designed to fulfill the bilingual wishes of the touring businessperson, vacationer, and pupil. those language classes hide such universal occasions as: passing via customs, checking right into a resort, putting cellphone calls, going to the put up workplace, and lengthening and accepting invites. First find out about the country's background and tradition, acquaint your self with social customs, eating place practices, and transportation platforms. Then examine uncomplicated language abilities, together with vocabulary, grammar, and beneficial words that might have you ever speaking with natives and relocating approximately feeely. transparent, effortless to take advantage of, and insightful, the Beginner's sequence will introduce you to the languages of the area.

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Good - Pai The goodness - Te pal DAYS OF THE WEEK These have been taken from the English, as the student will recognise, the word for Sunday excepted. Mane - Monday Paraire - Friday Turei - Tuesday Harerei - Saturday Wenerei - Wednesday Ratapu - Sunday Taite - Thursday MONTHS OF THE YEAR Hanuere - January - July Hurae Pepuere - February Akuhata - August Maehe - March Hepetema - September Aperira - April Oketopa - October Mei - May Noema - November Hune - June Tihema - December LETTER WRITING In writing a letter, it is customary to address the person to whom the letter is sent by his full name, and also to sign oneself in a like manner.

10 This canoe belongs to us 5 That work is for us (you (them and me). two and me). II Fetch your (plural) cow. 6 Those are their (plural) 12 These are our (their and spears. my) clothes. :He rangatira nui a Tamati Tamati Waka Nene was a great Waka Nene - chief. Tino wera a Pepuere - February is very hot. Ki a wai tenet? - Who is this to? : Ka hoki taua tangata, a When that man, Hongi Hongi - returned. :— Hoatu te tao ki a Turi - Give the spear to Turi. I a wai te tao a Turi ? - Who had Turi's spear?

Ehara tenet i a Tangaroa - This is not Tangaroa. e. :He kuri kino tenei - This is a bad dog. Ehara tenet i te kuri kino - This is not a bad dog. He pirau enei rakau - These trees are rotten. Ehara enei rakau i te pirau These trees are not rotten. 60 BEGINNERS MAORI He tuahine ia noku - This is my sister. Ehara ia i te tuahine noku - She is not my sister. :No matou tenei wake - This canoe belongs to us. Ehara i a matou tenei - This canoe does not belong wake to us. 6. Ehara i te mea. :— Ma Rupe tenei tao - This spear is for Rupe.

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