14 episodes

Helping New Learners Move From Confusion To Clarity In Te Reo Māori

Starting In Te Reo Maori Podcast Grant Whitbourne

    • Arts
    • 4.0, 24 Ratings

Helping New Learners Move From Confusion To Clarity In Te Reo Māori

    13. Beginners Q and A

    13. Beginners Q and A

    In this episode we cover 3 questions from our Facebook community. We look at:Why context is important in translating from English to Māori;How to embellish the question 'how was your sleep' (plus we learn a new kupu!);How we can use tātou instead of...

    • 16 min
    BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!!

    BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!!

    https://www.startingintereomaori.com/30daybootcamp

    • 3 min
    12. Bootcamp Testimonial - Hayley

    12. Bootcamp Testimonial - Hayley

    Check out Hayley's experience taking the 30 Day Te Reo Māori Bootcamp. Originally from the English country side, Hayley has spent the last 20 years in Aotearoa and is now beginning the journey of bridging the gap between te ao Māori and te ao Pākehā.

    • 26 min
    11. Bootcamp Testimonial - Jono

    11. Bootcamp Testimonial - Jono

    Check out Jono's story...an Aussie who fell in love with Aotearoa, met and married a wahine Māori, and is now taking on the responsibility of his tamariki's uptake of te reo by immersing himself in the language!

    • 24 min
    10. Bootcamp Testimonial - Chris

    10. Bootcamp Testimonial - Chris

    Hear how Chris has completely transformed his relationship with te reo Māori having recently completed the 30 Day Te Reo Māori Bootcamp. Chris is a down-to-earth kiwi farmer and someone you'll be able to relate to!

    • 13 min
    9. Bootcamp Testimonial - Anza

    9. Bootcamp Testimonial - Anza

    Hear Anza's experience in the 30 Day Te Reo Māori Bootcamp. She's a passionate kuia having spent 30+ years shearing in Australia. Learn how this course has completely transformed her life and brought her closer to her whanau

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Artemis Diana ,

It’s proNUNciation!

I clicked on to episode two and the first thing I heard was Grant confessing he wasn’t sure how to say pronunciation. That was when I stopped taking him seriously as a language teacher.

miss_melie ,

Great learning tool

Very grateful I have stumbled upon this podcast! I have listened and re listened! Perfect when I’m in the garden, cooking, at the supermarket etc. Love that it is spoken slowly and clearly for a beginner! Looking forward to hearing more! Ngā manaakitanga ki a koe Grant!

Bobbedjou ,

Too much

I follow Grants YouTube channel. I love his style of teaching.

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