September 26, 2007

Kia Ora Helena and todays kupu is Kia Mau te wehi, its a ki waha or everday talk meaning grab onto that which is strong, Ka pai e hoa for showing me how to blog

1 comment:

Heli said...

http://www.maorilanguage.net/phrase_drills/phrase_drills_lesson.cfm?learningsubcategoryid=17

Kia ora Moana,

The link above gives 50 most well known Maori words identifiable in every day talk or situation. And I identified them all (almost all) but to use them required some practise!

I came, I saw, I commented!

Veni, vidi, vici.

I came, I saw, I conquered.

Caesar, 47 B.C


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