Te Reo Māori Tag

Contrary to popular belief, language learning is actually very easy. In fact, most learners would argue that it is a fun, engaging, and adventurous process that truly left them relishing the entire experience. Learning the Māori language is unique because it’s more than just about...

With this helpful guide, we will dive into various topics such as how easy is it to learn, from where to learn, easy five words to begin with, whether it is mandatory to learn Māori in New Zealand, and much more! So stick around as...

Learning about the people is widely advocated as the ideal way to adapt to a new culture. New Zealand is one of the best places to start by understanding more about the Māori culture, which has lived in the country for the longest....

Māori Language Week is part of a broader effort to revive the Māori language. The program, also known as Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, is funded by the New Zealand government. It strives to encourage people in New Zealand to speak the Māori language...

Te Reo Māori is part of the Eastern Polynesian language family and is closely related to Hawaiian, Tahitian and Cook Islands Māori. Te Reo Māori became one of New Zealand's official languages in 1987....

What makes us proud New Zealanders? And this begs the question – what makes our New Zealand…the country that it is? Is it just our pristine piece of land? We are more than our beautiful land. We are an identity. We are a culture. A culture with...

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