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Are you up for the reo Māori Challenge?

Naumai hoki mai anō ki Mahuru Māori. 

In line with our maramataka Māori, this year Mahuru Māori started on Friday 15 September 2023.

It doesn’t matter whether your reo skills stop at kia ora, or you can whaikōrero on the marae with the best of them, Mahuru Māori is something we can all do.

So jump on the waka e hoa mā, and let’s give Mahuru Māori our best shot.

Mahuru Māori Reo Challenge
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How it works

It can be anything that makes you speak more Māori. An hour a day, half the day, all day every day, or as a beginner just start with greeting and farewells in Māori.

2. Get your mates involved

Get a team of friends, family or workmates involved and plan some virtual catch ups. You’ll have more fun, stay motivated and feel more comfortable in the reo zone.

3. Speak te reo Māori

Speak te reo Māori as much as you can during Mahuru. Every time you do, you’re revitalising te reo and breathing life back into our native tongue. Be brave, be bold and be patient.

We're taking the Mahuru Challenge. Will You?

Comes and goes this greeting to the enthusiasts, you the group who exhaust ones energy so that our esteemed language does not die, acknowledgements to you all. Welcome again to our intiative thus truly appeasing the Māori heart, at the same time the month of Mahuru continues to be Māori.

We’re all taking this year’s Mahuru Māori challenge. The aim is to learn and gain the confidence to speak te reo Māori in our everyday lives. Some of us are just beginning, others will immerse themselves all day long, everyday. Read more of our stories here.

Mahuru this year according to maramataka Māori begins on 15 September 2023

Hākoakoa katoa atu ana mātou i ngā reo tīoriori o roto mai i ngā kāwai nui, ngā kāwai roa o Rongokarae, uri o Awanuiārangi.

Kua 30+ tau a Aroha Nikora e whakaako ana ki roto i ngā kura o Ngāti Awa whānui, ā, kia mōhio tātou ki tō te kounga o tō tātou ao Māori me te kounga o tō tātou reo.

#kurareo #kongātiawatetoki #toatauamōtereo #reomāori
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Introducing yourself in te reo Māori is something simple you can do as a first step to learning te reo. Visit our website to find our #mymihi resource and learn it for 2024.

🎥: reomaori.co.nz (Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2023) #reomāori
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Making mistakes is part of the learning journey - check out some of the bloopers from our kīwaha videos ...

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Kua mutu te Matataki Mahuru Māori.

Kei runga noa atu ngā tangata katoa i hiki ake i te taki, ka mihia hoki ērā i whakaatu mai i ngā akoranga i a rātou i te Mahuru nei.

Ahakoa he tau Mahuru Māori anō kua hikina ake, kōrerotia tonutia te reo Māori, kia tipu, kia whanake, kia puāwai.

Ā kāti hoki, tēnā kōrero mai!

Mahia mai te arotake nei, ā, whākina mai ō whakaaro mō ō wheako Mahuru Māori. Mā ōu whakaaro mātou e tiaki ai mō te anamata.

The Mahuru Māori Challenge has officially come to an end.

Well done to everyone who participated and thank you to those who shared with us what they learnt throughout Mahuru.

Although Mahuru Māori is over for another year, continue to kōrero Māori and help te reo Māori thrive.

And lastly, we want to hear from you!

Complete our survey and share your thoughts on your Mahuru Māori experience. Your feedback will help us improve for the future.

#mōtereo #mahurumāori
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Kua tae ki te wiki whakamutunga o Mahuru Māori, ā, ko te kaupapa ko te whakaaturanga!

Koia nei te wā kia whakaatu mai i ō taeatanga, kia whāki hoki ngā mea kua akona e koe i te matataki Mahuru Māori.

Hei whakanui i tō angitu, tekau ō mātou poraka crew neck putanga hirahira.

Ko tāu mahi, he

1️⃣ Pōhi ake ki tō Pukamata, ki tō Paeāhua rānei, ō whakatutukitanga i te matataki nei
2️⃣ Tūtohua tā mātou whārangi Pukamata, Paeāhua Mahuru Māori
3️⃣ Whakamahia ngā tohumarau #mōtereo #mahurumāori

Rarawe noa iho! Nā reira, kia auaha, kia pōhi!

Hei te 18 Ōketopa 2023 ngā whakaurunga kati ai.

We`ve reached the final week of Mahuru Māori, and the theme is whakaaturanga!

This is a time to showcase your accomplishments and share with us what you have learnt during the Mahuru Māori Challenge.

To celebrate your success, we have 10 limited edition Mō Te Reo crewnecks to give away.

All you need to do is:

1️⃣ Make a post on your Facebook or Instagram demonstrating what you achieved during the challenge
2️⃣ Tag our Mahuru Māori Facebook or Instagram page
3️⃣ Use the hashtags #mōtereo #mahurumāori

It’s that simple! So, get creative and get posting!

Entries close, 18 October 2023.
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Ko te kīwaha o te rā nei: Hoea tō waka
Tirohia te kiriata kia kite i te tikanga o tēnei kīwaha me tana whakamahinga.

Today’s kīwaha is: Hoea tō waka
Check out the video to find out what this kīwaha means and how you can use it.

#mōtereo #mahurumāori #tereomāori
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After attending a whānau reunion and learning that no one in his whānau could kōrero Māori, James Tautuku took it upon himself to learn te reo and keep it alive amongst his whānau.

James is studying the He Pī ka Pao Level 1 & 2 at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Whangarei campus and is registered for this year`s Mahuru Māori Challenge.

“I figured, why don’t I learn so there’s someone that can kōrero on behalf of my whānau. I hear that it can take 3 or 4 generations of those who learn before there is an actual change. I thought, why not start now, better late then never,” says James.

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#mōtereo #mahurumāori #tereomāori
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