Historical loan words
teacher, lecturer, coach, trainer, instructor.
E kī ana ngā kaiwhakaako Pākehā ko wai ka tohu, kei te kōrero kino kē ngā tamariki nei mō rātau (HP 1991:32). / The Pākehā teachers do not understand and say that these children are swearing at them.
Ko te āhuatanga nui kei te kaha te whiriwhiritia ko te āhua ki te whakangungu kaiwhakaako (HM 4/1993:4). / The main aspect being discussed is the nature of teacher training.
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