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Comparison in Tahitian – E mea … a’e … i/ia … – Hōê ā … e – Mai te …

In this new lesson, we will learn the comparison in Tahitian. Comparison in Tahitian In this lesson, we will learn how to say: more, more than also, at the same level as, as much like, as And of course, all this in Tahitian. More and more than in Tahitian – The comparison in Tahitian The …

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Weather in Tahitian

In this new lesson, we will learn the weather vocabulary in Tahitian. What’s the point of talking about rain and shine? And moreover in Tahitian? To initiate the conversation To know the weather forecast – in other words, to understand the weather forecast on TV or radio The weather in Tahitian Basic vocabulary In this …

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Ia and hia in Tahitian – Particle ia, anaphoric ia, suffix hia

In this lesson, we will learn how to use the grammatical constructions: ia (particle and anaphoric) and hia (suffix) in Tahitian. Ia and hia in Tahitian Ia… ia… and sometimes hia? In my opinion, in this first chapter, it is judicious to approach the theory. Let’s come back to our subject: If I tell you …

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If in Tahitian, if … then in Tahitian – The assumption – Particle ‘Ahiri – Ia

In this lesson, we will learn how to say if in Tahitian, if… then and the particle of the assumption ‘ahiri. Say if in Tahitian In this first chapter, we will learn how to say if, if… then. If in Tahitian Straightforward, here are the grammatical constructions of this lesson: Function Detail Simple grammatical construction …

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The one who in Tahitian – That who, these who, those who – Tei, tē…nei, tē…ra, tē

In this lesson, we’ll learn how to say the one who in Tahitian as well as that who, these who, those who. This lesson is related to the previous lesson:  Relatives in Tahitian. The one who in Tahitian As a preamble, we learned the following rules in the previous lesson: Relatives in Tahitian : Function Detail …

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Relatives in Tahitian

In this lesson, we will learn how to build relatives in Tahitian. They are built using which, that, whose, whom. What are relatives ? In this first part, starting from the basics, what is a relative ? The relative consists in: a nominal group: article + noun + (adjective) a relative pronoun: the main ones …

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Say I love you in Tahitian – Love in Tahitian – Valentine’s Day

In this lesson, we will learn how to say I love you in Tahitian and the vocabulary of love in Tahitian. With Valentine’s Day approaching, here’s a lesson about love in Tahitian. Say I love you in Tahitian In this first part, let’s get straight to the point and without detour. We are going to …

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