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Helping you to learn and speak everyday Māori, every day. Hei āwhina i a koe ki te ako me te kōrero i te reo Māori o ia rā, i ia rā.

Everyday Māori Hēmi Kelly

    • Language Learning
    • 4.6, 20 Ratings

Helping you to learn and speak everyday Māori, every day. Hei āwhina i a koe ki te ako me te kōrero i te reo Māori o ia rā, i ia rā.

    8. Ngā tohuwā (Tense markers)

    8. Ngā tohuwā (Tense markers)

    In this episode, I introduce the six tense markers in te reo Māori and show how to use them at the beginning of an active sentence with a few different examples.
     
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    • 9 min
    Uiui 4 - Jennifer Te Atamira Ward-Lealand

    Uiui 4 - Jennifer Te Atamira Ward-Lealand

    New Zealander of the year 2020, Jennifer Te Atamira Ward-Lealand has worked extensively in theatre, film, television, music and radio for 40 years. In 2008 she made a commitment to learning te reo Māori with her friend Jo Pannell. I consider Te Atamira one of our many te reo Māori champions, who is promoting the use and normalisation of the language in a number of different spaces. She speaks about how learning te reo was the pathway to understanding more about her own Pākehā heritage, her standing place in this land, her Aotearoatanga, and much more. Whakarongo mai.  
     
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    • 36 min
    Uiui 3 - Michele Coxhead

    Uiui 3 - Michele Coxhead

    Michele Coxhead (Ngāti Kahungunu) worked in education as a primary teacher for 20 years. In seeing a shortage of resources available to help teachers in mainstream education implement te reo Māori into the classroom she decided to do something about it. She is the creator of Te Reo Māori Classroom and Te Reo Māori Club. Michele now travels the country on a mission to assist teachers in creating a classroom that is truly reflective of the founding document of Aotearoa.
     
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    • 36 min
    7. Tohutohu (Instructions)

    7. Tohutohu (Instructions)

    Learn how to turn short and long verbs into instructions and just how useful directional words can be in this context.
     
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    • 8 min
    6. Ngā mihi (Greetings and farewells)

    6. Ngā mihi (Greetings and farewells)

    In this episode we take a look at the most common greetings and farewells in Māori.
     
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    • 16 min
    Uiui 2 - Philip McKibbin

    Uiui 2 - Philip McKibbin

    When I first met Piripi, a past student of mine, he didn't know any Māori or the fact that he was himself Māori. We kōrero about his journey of learning te reo and his identity as a descendent of Ngāi Tahu and the important role community has played in that journey.
     
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    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

TMB198513 ,

Love it!

Don’t let the other review put you off, that person must have been having a bad day...Simple, easy to understand and you get to learn everyday words and phrases quickly. I also enjoy the interviews a lot. I start every morning listening to an episode so I can practise throughout the day. Thank you so much for starting this podcast :)

Novis runner ,

Awesome podcast!

Loving this podcast, especially breaking down the grammar which I didn’t learn at School.
My only feedback is to see if future episodes could have higher sound levels as am struggling to hear while on the bus.

Please keep it up - love your work!!
I am so proud to have returned to NZ and found the rejuvenation in the use of Te Reo Maori in everyday scenarios

jwmpo ,

Would love to kōrero! (Soon)

Kinda lost me when your “welcome” episode was a thirty second ad, ten seconds of welcome and then forty five seconds of ads to finish. 🤷‍♂️ Like cool idea but that’s a real switch off out of the gate to new listeners.

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