We’re continuing our series of Samoan language Toolbox phrases – those words and sentences that will help you begin learning directly from Samoan speakers.
Last time, we looked at:
In this very similar dialogue, we want to know about cars:
A. What is the Samoan word for [car]? O le ā le fa’aSamoa o le [car]?
B. [Car] is ta’avale. O le ta’avale.
A. Ta’avale? Ta’avale?
B. Yes. Ta’avale. Very good. Ioe. Ta’avale. Lelei tele.
Is there a phrase or type of conversation you’re trying to learn in Samoan?
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