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A Maori Phrase a Day

By Hemi Kelly

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A Maori Phrase a Day offers a fun and easy entry into the Maori language. Through its 365 phrases, you will learn the following- - Everyday uses - English translations - Factoids - Handy word lists Presenting the most common, relevant and useful phrases today, A Maori Phrase a Day is the perfect way to kickstart your te reo journey!

Product code: 9780143773412

ISBN 9780143773412
On Sale Date 07/01/2020
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H185xW157xS30
No. Of Pages 416
Publisher Penguin Group (NZ)
A Maori Phrase a Day offers a fun and easy entry into the Maori language. Through its 365 phrases, you will learn the following- - Everyday uses - English translations - Factoids - Handy word lists Presenting the most common, relevant and useful phrases today, A Maori Phrase a Day is the perfect way to kickstart your te reo journey!

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Progress your Te Reo skills

Sue From Masterton Store - January 2020

Author Hemi Kelly started with A Maori Word A Day, now we have A Maori Phrase a Day and designed to help you make progress in your te reo skills. Through repetition and simplicity, you will be able to progress your te reo journey and retain the knowledge. It’s hard to learn as an adult, I’m trying to master learning Maori myself and it is not easy! I appreciate books like these that encourage me along in the embrace of our national language. “A fun and easy entry onto the Maori language. Through the 365 phrases, you will learn everyday uses, English translations, factoids and handy word lists.”