Maori Made Easy 2
The bestselling Maori Made Easy gave learners an accessible and achievable entry into te reo Maori. It quickly cemented itself as the guide to those new to the language. Scotty Morrison now offers a second instalment to help readers continue their learning journey, picking up whe... read full description below.
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||3 September 2018 by Penguin
||By Morrison, Scotty
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The bestselling Maori Made Easy gave learners an accessible and achievable entry into te reo Maori. It quickly cemented itself as the guide to those new to the language. Scotty Morrison now offers a second instalment to help readers continue their learning journey, picking up where the first volume left off. Maori Made Easy 2 unpacks more of the specifics of the language while still offering an easy, assured approach. By committing 30 minutes a day for 30 weeks, learners can build their knowledge in a practical, meaningful and fun way. Enhance your reo Maori learning with the most reliable - and easiest! - resource available.
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Professor Scotty Morrison (Ngati Whakaue) is the well-known presenter of current affairs programmes Te Karere and Marae. He holds a Master's degree (Education), is working towards his PhD, and has been an Adjunct Professor and the Director of Maori Student and Community Engagement at Auckland's Unitec Institute of Technology. In 2017, he adopted a new role at Massey University's Te Putahi-a-Toi (School of Maori Art, Knowledge and Education), working alongside his wife Stacey in a strategic, advocacy and lecturing capacity. Scotty is the author of the bestselling language guides The Raupo Phrasebook of Modern Maori and Maori Made Easy, Maori Made Easy 2, and Maori at Home, which was co-authored with Stacey. They live in Auckland with their three children Hawaiki, Kurawaka and Maiana.