ahurea American

Ingarihi hokiNo Ingarihi

Polite behavior

Learn some things to say and do so you can be polite in the USA. Pānuitia atu

uara American

Pānuitia mō te mea e te hunga nui ki Ameliká, pērā i motuhake, tūmataiti me te ōritetanga. Pānuitia atu

Korero me te Communicating

kōrero Ameliká i roto i te ara tika. Tenei te tikanga korero ratou ki a koutou te mea ratou whakaaro. A, no te paraparau koe ki te American, Ko reira nui ki te titiro te iwi i roto i te kanohi. Ako e founga ki te kōrero ki Ameliká ka matau kōrero American. Pānuitia atu

whanonga whaiaro

whanonga Whaiaro i roto i te USA ai kia tino rerekē atu i roto i to koutou whenua. Pānuitia ki te ako e pā ana ki nga mea rite noho ma, kai paipa, me te teití. Pānuitia atu

Women in the USA

Women in the USA are equal to men. Ko, there are many ways in which men and women's life experiences are different. Read about women's rights, kakahu, and abuse of women. Learn about women's experiences at work, in the home and with having children. Pānuitia atu

Mai i te Hapori

rerenga pōwhiriFinding a place to call homeThe first month in America can be very hard for newcomers. But things get better with time and practice. Our author shares her experience
Making hoa American: Taku wheako tuitui i roto i te hapori AmericanMaking hoa AmericanMaking hoa American. Tenei kōrero ko te kotahi tūturu me whakaatu he aha te mea rite te whakatutuki te iwi i ahurea rerekē.
Taku Marama Tuatahi i roto i Amerika: Ehara i taea Pronounce ahau toku ingoaKo te mau aroraa rerenga me manene kanohi rāWilson Kubwayo, he rerenga, faaite etahi o nga mau tamataraa rahi kite ia mo tauhou. Ako i te rerenga aroraa me fehangahangai rā manene.