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How Can I Translate English Words To Polynesian?

How Can I Translate English Words To Polynesian?

There are a lot of things that we learn in school. We read plays and poems, learn mathematical equations, and figure out the laws of physics. However, not all of the information we gather during school years is going to be helpful in practical life. Which is why we don’t keep everything stuffed in our minds and let go of useless information. But sometimes, we may also forget common information, which is okay too. Memory is a remarkable thing but it can also fail at times. If you don’t clean a room for months, a layer of dust will settle on every piece of furniture. In the same way, if you don’t revisit memories from time to time, they will get buried deep inside your unconscious from where it will be impossible to get them out.

Our brains may be remarkable organs but it will be impossible for us to remember everything we have ever studied or read. There are things that are taught to students in school but they are only useful for them if they want to pursue a certain career. For instance, if a person doesn’t plan on pursuing a career in medicine, it is okay for them to forget the names of bones people have in their arms. Animals and plants are placed in different groups according to their characteristics. But if you don’t want to become a botanist, you don’t have to remember the scientific name of Rose.

A lot of people get ridiculed when they can’t remember if an animal is a vertebrate or not. But if they have not studied all the species of animals and only got little bit of relevant knowledge from school, it is justifiable for them to not know the name of a vertebrate or the method of differentiating it with an invertebrate. There are billions of things in the universe that are categorized so they can be understood properly. But one human being can’t even know the names of all the mammals, let alone all the animals in the world. In any case, the categories are there to help those studying that field. For instance, animals are divided into categories to help zoologist. All the bones in our bodies are named to help doctors and surgeons.

Languages are also divided in multiple categories. There are different families of languages with each getting divided into multiple groups. Although it might be easier for you to see the similarities between the animals of same group, it is quite impossible to notice the similarities between languages for those who haven’t studied them thoroughly. Only linguists know why a certain tongue is in a particular family. Sometimes, there are languages that don’t share many features but are put together in a group because they have the same ancestor.


Polynesian Languages:

A sub group of the Austronesian family is called Polynesian. Few of the most famous languages in the group are Hawaiian and Māori. Most of the tongues in the group are not much known around the world. They are mostly native to small islands. The whole group has two branches, Tongic an Nuclear. Majority of the tongues from the group falls in the Nuclear branch. As compared to other groups, Polynesian languages share similarities with each other. That has led linguists to think that they spread out in the last 2500 years. Samoan, the official language of Samoa, is the Polynesian tongue with the greatest number of speakers.

All the tongues of this group are known for their heavy use of vowels. The use of consonants is scare, but long and short vowels are distinguished and given importance.

How Can I Translate English Words to Polynesian?


The one thing people have understood in the modern world is that they will have to adapt to survive. They can continue to promote their culture but when it comes to language, they can’t force others to speak it. As a result, minorities learn the tongue of the majority to survive in the world. If they don’t do that, they won’t be able to communicate with the majority of the world. This is how English became famous all over the world. Only a few established communities don’t feel the need to learn it. Other than them, most societies try to adjust in today’s world by learning English. When it comes to Polynesian languages, their native speakers are limited to a small part of the world. They live on islands and mostly interact with the outside world when tourists visit their lands. In order to be able to communicate with the tourists, these people learn English since they can’t expect every outsider to learn their language.

Polynesian tongues fall under the category of those languages that aren’t translated properly by online tools. If someone needs to translate English words to Polynesian languages, they will need to find a qualified professional for the job. You may find correct answers on the internet from time to time but the chances of getting accurate results every time are pretty slim. Polynesian languages are the lesser known tongues that don’t get much attention on the internet, which is why it will be impossible to find any reliable tool online. The only way you can translate English words to any languages of this group is if you get in touch with an experienced translator and ask them to handle the task for you.

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