Unmundisto wrote:Another question: Of course if one is going to be in New Zealand, there's a lot of good reason to study Maori. But let me ask this: Would proficiency in Maori improve someone's qualification for being admitted immigration to New Zealand?
Ok, probably not. But I'd still appreciate any answers (to either or both of my questions).
I guess that there are many thousands of Maoris (surely nearly all) who are fluent in both Maori and English. Therefore it's difficult to imagine how proficiency in Maori could be a valuable qualification for immigrants. What would you say on that questionn?
So: If I want to live in New Zealand, would studying Maori improve my chances of immigrating there?
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