Maori at Work

Author: Scotty Morrison

Publisher: Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 272

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Ae, e tuwhera ana tenei whare Yes, we are open Mo te takaroa o tenei whakautu Apologies for the delayed response Me mau potae maro Safety hats must be worn Anei te rarangi take mo ta tatou hui Here is the agenda for our meeting Hika ma, i kino te huarahi i te ra nei! Wow, the traffic was shocking this morning! A simple, practical and engaging guide to using the Maori language in and around your workplace. Maori at Work offers phrases and tips for greetings and welcoming people, emails and letters, speeches and social media, with specific chapters on the office, construction and roadworks, retail, hospitality, broadcasting and teaching. This is the perfect book to start or expand your te reo journey - no matter your skill level!

Mori Made Easy

For Everyday Learners of the Mori Language

Author: Scotty Morrison

Publisher: Raupo


Category: Maori language

Page: 112

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The accessible guide to learning the Maori language, no matter your knowledge level. Fun, user-friendly and relevant to modern readers, Scotty Morrison's Maori Made Easy workbook series is the ultimate resource for anyone wanting to learn the basics of the Maori language. While dictionaries list words and their definitions, and other language guides offer common phrases, Maori Made Easy connects the dots, allowing the reader to take control of their learning in an empowering way. By committing just 30 minutes a day for 30 weeks, learners will adopt the language easily and as best suits their busy lives. Written by popular TV personality and te reo Maori advocate Scotty Morrison, author of The Raupo Phrasebook of Modern Maori, this series of four workbooks proves that learning the language can be fun, effective - and easy! In this workbook- - Passive structures - Giving orders - Stative verbs - Revision

Te Manu Aute

"The Paper Kite" : a Selective Annotated Bibliography of Maori Studies

Author: New Zealand. Department of Education



Category: Maori (New Zealand people)

Page: 31

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Category: Literary Criticism


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