Common Samoan Phrases

Learning common Samoan phrases is a great way to become familiar with the third most spoken language in New Zealand. 

At Pacific Learners, we are dedicated to revitalising Pacific Languages, so we have a dedicated Samoan Language Resource Page that will help you on your Samoan Language journey. You will find images, language and cultural videos. 

By incorporating Samoan phrases into your everyday conversations, you can say things like ‘O fea e te sau ai?, which means ‘Where are your from?’ or ‘Fa’afetai ua ta feiloai’ which means ‘Pleased to meet you’

5 Simple Samoan Phrases you will learn – among others

1. How are you, in Samoan 

Oa mai oe?

2. I am good thankyou, in Samoan

Manuia fa’afetai

3. What is the time ? , in Samoan

Ua ta le fia ?

4. How much is this, in Samoan ?

E fia le tau ?

5. Don’t worry about it, in Samoan ?

Aua popole

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