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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 pupil. those language classes disguise such universal events as: passing via customs, checking right into a resort, putting cellphone calls, going to the submit place of work, and lengthening and accepting invites. First know about the country's historical past and tradition, acquaint your self with social customs, eating place practices, and transportation platforms. Then research easy language talents, together with vocabulary, grammar, and necessary words that may 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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CHAPTER X THE DEFINITIVES "Definitive" is the term used to signify those words which express the Force of the Nouns which they precede. They come under six headings as follows:— (1) The Articles Singular Plural not translated. a, some. he nga the. to aua that, those, the aforesaid. :He where - A house. He wai moku Some water for me. Nga wake - The canoes Te hoiho - The horse. Taua wahine That woman. Aua tamariki Those children. (aforesaid) (aforesaid) These are used only as adjuncts before a noun.

Kei: in possession Kei a ratou te waka They have the canoe. Kei: in state of Kei te pai ia He is well. Kei te mahi is He is working. Hei: at, on Hei konei koutou You remain here. Hei: for, to serve as, to be Haere hei kai-arahi - Go as a leader. Me: with Haere me ia - Go with him. Me: in addition Tenei me tena - This and that. Me: and, too Me koe - And you. Ki: to, of place Haere ki Tauranga - Go to Tauranga. Ki: towards Titiro hi Ruapehu - Look towards Ruapehu. Ki: with Patua ki te rakau - Strike with the stick.

Aforesaid) (aforesaid) These are used only as adjuncts before a noun. (2) Indefinite Pronouns Singular Plural tetahi etahi one, a certain, some. :He kai ma tetahi o raua - Food for one of them. Etahi tangata - Some men. g. :— He tangata - A man - Ki tetahi tangata - To a man. (3) Demonstrative Adjectives Singular Plural tenei end this, these. tena ena that, those (near you). BEGINNER'S MAORI 44 tera ia era — that, those (away from). that. :— Tenei potae - This hat. Enei whare - These houses. Tena waka - That canoe.

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