The Tower of Babel, told in Samoan

The Tower of Babel, told in Samoan

What happens when a prosperous people become prideful? They might decide to build a tower all the way up to heaven. The Tower of Babel is a classic, Biblical story about the time God changed everybody's language because they tried to get to heaven the wrong way. This...

Noah’s Ark

Noah’s Ark

It's one of the most well-known and beloved stories in the Bible. This is the story of Noah, who is commanded by God to build an ark that will save him and his family - and whole bunch of animals - from a great flood that will cover the entire earth. This story is...

Little Girl Reading

Little Girl Reading

Learn Samoan words for describing a very cute little girl reading on her bed. Also learn simple expressions of ownership or possession - her book, her bed, her book, etc. Samoan Words to Know  teineitiiti [AUDIO] little girl tusi [AUDIO] book moega [AUDIO] bed...

Parents Reading to their Baby

Parents Reading to their Baby

Learn Samoan words for talking about young parents who are reading a book to their baby. Also, pick up some Samoan words to describe a living room - like window and couch - and then learn how to ask and answer the question: 'why'. Samoan Words to Know pepe [AUDIO]...

Children Laughing in a Circle

Children Laughing in a Circle

These children are having a lot of fun at a beach. Learn some fun Samoan words for talking about young boys and girls, laughing and enjoying time with each other. While you're at it, get in some practice with colours and a few action words. Samoan Words to Know...

A Family at Breakfast

A Family at Breakfast

Learn useful Samoan words for talking about a small family plus a selection of food and drinks that are typical at breakfast. Learn phrases to describe the number of people and items present, also phrases for expressing what you can see. Describing what you can see in...

A Table of Vegetables

A Table of Vegetables

Learn Samoan words for a selection of vegetables: tamato, aniani, kapisi and more, as well as some of our most useful prepositions: i luma, i tua, i luga, i lalo. Next, practice asking and answering simple questions in Samoan, then follow along with a conversation...

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Tamaiti Samoana is a great resource for anyone learning the Samoan language…or it will be, soon! This website is currently under construction, but you’re welcome to look around while we’re building. It should be fully operational – with all the placeholders filled and the all the audio/video uploaded – by the end of September 2020… and then it’s a sprint to get our first product released to you on Black Friday, 27 November 2020.

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