English: Samoan: Pronunciation: Yes: Ioe: Eeoeh: No: Leai: Le-eye: Please: Faamolemole: Fa-aah- moly-moly: Thank you: Faafetai: Fa-ah-fe-tie: That's all right.
Dictionary. GREETINGS. English: Samoan: Pronunciation: Good morning: Talofa: Tah-low-faa: Good-bye: Tofa: Tow-faa: See you later: Feiloai: Fay-low-ah-eee: This is Mr: O le tama lea: O leh ta-ma leh-ah: This is Mrs: O le tina lea: O leh teena leh.
Learn to speak and write Samoan. Information and Disclaimer This information is provided AS IS without any claim of accuracy or completeness.This is an on-going project, and it will be constantly change as I have time to add new items or make changes.Samoan Speech Competition On the 13th July 2011, myself and two other students from EBIS participated in the Samoan Regional Competition held at the Te Akapuanga Hall in Porirua. We left our school quite early and drove out with our two Samoan Language Teachers and got there just in time.People with different roles are designated with their own form of address when speaking respectfully, and some respect words change in these situations. ali'i (chiefs) and ministers of religion are addressed with the word afioga. When speaking to somebody of this status, the ordinary word sau 1 (come) is quite rude, and afio is used instead.
The Samoan translation for you are welcome my friend is Waxa lagugu soo dhoweynayaa saaxiibkay. Asked in English to Japanese How do you say 'You are welcome' in Japanese.Read More
Samoan Phrases. The Samoan phrases are helpful because they are used daily. Below we picked expressions that a new learner will find useful. We included the audio as well. This is a better way to learning. Learn only what you need. We start with greetings and introduction.Read More
Samoan English Dictionary online Welcome to the Samoan-English dictionary. Please write word or phrase you want to check in the text box on the left.Read More
Samoan Phrases. Learning the Samoan Phrases is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Samoan language. But first we need to know what the role of Phrases is in the structure of the grammar in Samoan.Read More
Welcome to my blog! I’m the Samoan Weirdo! Here we speak on serious topics,. I chose to blog because I could type and write what is close to my heart without being judged for how I appear to the world. If you saw me physically, you wo. 4 views Write a comment. 1. The Samoan Weirdo.Read More
Samoan Grammar. Welcome to the 8th lesson about Samoan grammar.We will first learn about prepositions, negation, questions, adverbs, and pronouns including: personal, object and possessive pronouns. We will start with prepositions.In general, they are used to link words to other words.Read More
Samoan (Gagana Samoa) is a member of the Polynesian group of the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesian language family.While Samoan is related to other Polynesian languages such as Hawaiian, Fijian, Tahitian and Maori, they are not mutually intelligible having been separated from each other by vast stretches of the Pacific ocean for thousands of years.Read More
It is an honour to be here today for the National Samoan Language Speech competition, a celebration of the enormous talents of our Samoan young people. I thank our hosts FAGASA. This year is Year of International Languages, in recognition of the fact that over 50 per cent of the 6700 languages spoken in the world today are in danger of disappearing.Read More
English Samoan Dictionary online Welcome to the English-Samoan dictionary. Please write word or phrase you want to check in the text box on the left.Read More