How can you make something more or less of what you are saying? In this episode, the Taringa crew discusses many intensifiers and comparatives that can help the expression of anything descriptive.
Taringa’s first “Random Rerenga Reo” kōrero covers a range of topics. Listen in and see what you can learn.
This episode of Taringa is an in-depth discussion looking at the uses of “i” and “ki” in te reo Māori.
Possessive pronouns in te reo Māori can be confusing. In this episode of Taringa, Paraone and Te Puaheiri kōrero about the language rules of “A” and “O” categories within te reo and take us on a journey through many examples of this ever-confusing kaupapa.
This introductory challenge is simply to greet and farewell people in Māori everyday of Mahuru. Convert your ‘Hello’ to a ‘Kia Ora’, it’s that easy.
This challenge is simple – Greet & farewell people in te reo Māori and use what you know to speak/write up to 1 hour per day for the whole month. Every minute adds up, you’ll be surprised how easy it is.
This challenge will use and grow what you know. Speak/write in Māori for an hour or more per day (aim for 2 hours). Encourage your family, friends and colleagues to join the challenge. It’s easier with people!
This intermediate challenge is to speak/write in te reo Māori for atleast half the day, everyday regardless of where you are or whom you are with.
The advanced challenge where you aim to speak te reo Māori for the length of Mahuru irrespective of where you are and whom you are with.
Use these pepeha activities to support your Mahuru Māori Challenge, no matter your level of te reo Māori knowledge.