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Individual profile pages show some of the contributions you make to the Māori language movement. You can make your own profile page and share your Māori language journey.
Check out Kristin's record of activity.
It's the first and native language of Aotearoa and my husband and kids are Māori...
I want to teach my Vietnamese students some Te Reo Māori phrases!
I want to connect to my language and learn more...
My why? I missed out on learning te reo in my childhood home yet it was the first language of...
I want to pass on our ancestors' language to my tamariki...
Reo Māori is the essence of who I am...
My why is my whakapapa...
I believe that it is important for everyone in Aotearoa, Māori or not to understand the importance of speaking te...
I believe that it is important for everyone in Aotearoa, Māori or not to understand the importance of speaking te reo Māori.
Whether in a Zui or introducing yourself at a face to face meeting: being able to introduce yourself in te reo is a helpful tool.
Check out some mihi moments from across the motu - you might find a whanaunga (relation)!