THE HOLISTIC PURSUIT: New Zealand Culture and Slang — Learn English with Camille

Do you speak Kiwi? Well, it’s actually English, but “Kiwi” is the term used for people from New Zealand. During the First World War, New Zealand soldiers were referred to as ‘Kiwis’, and the nickname stuck.

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Do you speak Kiwi? Well, it’s actually English, but “Kiwi” is the term used for people from New Zealand. During the First World War, New Zealand soldiers were referred to as ‘Kiwis’, and the nickname stuck. Enjoy this interview with my friend Sam about all things New Zealand.

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Calvin and his wife Camille are on a pursuit toward wholeness and the abundant life in God through Jesus, they call it The Holistic Pursuit. Join them! They also help their friends from around the world learn English. Find them on Youtube: Learn English with Camille