See you inROTORUA 1-4 July, 2010NZ Association of Language Teachers:Biennial International Conference www.nzalt.org.nz Key Sponsor:
Kia Ora – Haere Mai - Welcome! The “Koru” design symbolises the beginning and continuing of friendships. The “pounamu” our NZ jadestone places value to our relationships.
Venue sponsor:Waiariki Institute of Technology Waiariki Institute of Technology the tertiary provider of Rotorua is our venue host
Sights and Sounds of Rotorua Haeremai !! http://www.rotoruanz.com/rotorua/loveRotorua.php
Rotorua welcomes you and your family Fly direct from Sydney to Rotorua
Ngā reo o te Ao (NZALT waiata) The languages of the world The languages of the world are like a chorus of articulate and melodious birds, calling and greeting me Their harmonies soar from the far reaches of mother earth to the highest heavens Their sweet melodies resonate near and far, calling and greeting me. Kongā reo oteao (Bonjour, comment çava?) He manukōrihi(Hola, comoestan?) He korokorotuī Karanga, mihimaiみなさん どうぞ よろしく Mai i a Papa ki a Ranginui (Minasandoozoyoroshiku) Ka rerewhānui (Schön' Tag, wiegehteseuch) He manutioriori Kongā reo oteao Kongā reo oteao He manukōrihi He korokorotuī Ka rerewhānui Bonjour, comment çava? (Kongā reo oteao) Hola, comoestan? (He manukōrihi) Minasandoozoyoroshiku Schön' Tag, wiegehteseuch Karanga, mihimai (x 2) Note: The coloured greetings can be changed according to the language knowledge of the group or the occasion