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.
Learning te reo Māori is a journey that requires you to leave your comfort zone and isn’t confined to the walls of a classroom.
Following the maramataka, this year’s Mahuru Māori challenge will begin on Friday, 15 September and finish on Saturday, 14 October.
The Mahuru Challenge is now open for 2023! There’s still plenty of time to register for the month-long challenge, which follows the maramataka (Māori lunar calendar), and will run from Friday, 15 September to Saturday, 14 October.
“I want to make sure, for the sake of our mokopuna, te reo Māori is revitalised in our whānau. I want to greet my future moko in te reo Māori when they arrive.”
“Your journey will be your own and it will look different to others. You may have bursts of progression, then years of nothing. That’s not a failure, it’s just the nature of the journey.”
“You could say it’s given me a rebirth. It’s given me the confidence to walk out the door and be comfortable about who I am.”