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By K. T. Harawira

The Beginner's sequence is designed to fulfill the bilingual wishes of the touring businessperson, vacationer, and scholar. those language classes disguise such universal events as: passing via customs, checking right into a resort, putting cell calls, going to the submit 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 platforms. Then examine simple language talents, together with vocabulary, grammar, and necessary 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 area.

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I haere mai enei tamariki i hea ? Ko ehea rakau ma koutou ? Mauria mai aku tao ki konei. Na au mahi pat i nui ai tou ingoa. Tino pai te tupu o ana rakau. Tikina a ratou hipi. Na mane tenet mahi. Ma matou ena rakau. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Exercise No. 4(b). Give my spear to Turi. Be strong in your work. Give his love to the people of Tauranga. Give my canoes for them. (dual) Have you new clothes ? That is their (plural) house. This house is ours. (dual) Where is the land for us ? I gave my spears to her.

That house is not for you. 20 John did not have a coat. 21 They did not bring a horse. We will not return 22 tomorrow. 18 Do not tell them. I have not seen the three dogs. Nine men are coming from Tirau. He has twenty books, and his sister has thirty-two. He will not come from the fourth house, he will come from the seventh. Exercise No. 6(b) Ehara tenei i a Rupe. 12 Ehara tena i te waka o Hine. 2 Kaua hei Tauranga te 13 Kahore i a Ripi te hu tangi I tenei ra. 3 Ehara tena i a is. 14 Ehara tera i te rakau pai.

2(b) I Give me his hat. 7 That is her dog. 2 This canoe is for me. ) dog. (two). ) hat? 4 Give me their (two) book. 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.

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