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

By K. T. Harawira

The Beginner's sequence is designed to satisfy the bilingual wishes of the touring businessperson, vacationer, and scholar. those language classes hide such universal occasions as: passing via customs, checking right into a inn, putting mobile calls, going to the publish workplace, and increasing and accepting invites. First find out about the country's heritage and tradition, acquaint your self with social customs, eating place practices, and transportation structures. Then study uncomplicated language talents, together with vocabulary, grammar, and priceless words that might have you ever speaking with natives and relocating approximately feeely. transparent, effortless to exploit, and insightful, the Beginner's sequence will introduce you to the languages of the realm.

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To carry the kumaras in. Where is ? Where is John ? John is at Auckland. Where was ? Where was the man yesterday ? The man was at Wellington yesterday. - For whom are those books? - Those books are for William. - From whence are these people ? These people are from Rotorua. It will be observed from the above sentences that the answer to a question is always commenced with the same preposition as that used in asking the question. CHAPTER X THE DEFINITIVES "Definitive" is the term used to signify those words which express the Force of the Nouns which they precede.

Kei Akarana a Hone I hea ? I hea to tangata inanahi? I Poneke to tangata inanahi Ma wai era pukapuka? Ma Wiremu era pukapuka No hea enei iwi? No Rotorua enei iwi BEGINNER'S MAORI What is that bird on top of the house ? That bird is a tui. What (is) applied to persons. What is your name ? My name is Marama. What for, for what purpose ? What is this basket for ? To carry the kumaras in. Where is ? Where is John ? John is at Auckland. Where was ? Where was the man yesterday ? The man was at Wellington yesterday.

Turfs dog) Examples : He tangata pai te tuakana o Hamo's elder brother is a good man. Hamo. Hoatu aua pukapuka ma tera Give those books for that child. tamaiti. Homai tetahi ma tenet, hoatu Give one to this, give one to that. tetahi ma tera. Moku tenei whare, mou tena. This house is for me, that for you. Era tangata katoa no Nuku- All those men are from Nukutawhiti. tawhiti. Which of these hats belongs to Ko tehea o enei potae no Hori ? Hod ? Ki toku whakaaro he kainga To my thinking Whakatane is a good place.

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