The Value of Maori Study - The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 12, Issue 3 (June 1, 1937). Tohunga
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It cannot, of course, be held that French need not be taught because very few need to use it. Latin and French enter so much into our English language that it is essential they should be part of any system of education. There is the literary and cultural value that needs no stressing. But it is not a question of substitution or replacing any other language with Maori. It is simply claimed that it is of at least equal value.
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	title = {The {Value} of {Maori} {Study} - {The} {New} {Zealand} {Railways} {Magazine}, {Volume} 12, {Issue} 3 ({June} 1, 1937)},
	abstract = {It cannot, of course, be held that French need not be taught because very few need to use it. Latin and French enter so much into our English language that it is essential they should be part of any system of education. There is the literary and cultural value that needs no stressing. But it is not a question of substitution or replacing any other language with Maori. It is simply claimed that it is of at least equal value.},
	author = {{Tohunga}},
}
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