Cook Islands Language Week 2015

Cook Islands Language Week - Te 'Epetoma o Te Reo Kūki 'Āirani celebrates the languages spoken by the people of the Cook Islands; Cook Islands Māori, the Western Polynesian language Pukapuka, and the distinctive mixture of Cook Islands Māori and English spoken by the people of Palmerston Island. In 2015 Cook Islands Language Week takes…
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Te Reo Māori, ake, ake, ake

As Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori draws to a close we can all stop using your newly learned kupu and vastly improved pronunciation until next year, right? KAO. (That's a big NO, just in case you were wondering) You can use te reo Māori and embrace the arts and culture of indigenous New Zealanders any time. And…
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Whaikōrero – Te Wiki o te Reo Māori – Rāhoroi

Whaikōrero - is an art form. Kōrero Māori - is possible for all of us. Te Aka defines whaikōrero as: Formal eloquent language using imagery, metaphor, whakataukī, pepeha, kupu whakaari, relevant whakapapa and references to tribal history is admired. Kōrero (as a verb) is defined as: to tell, say, speak, read, talk, address. Ngā Kete Wānanga o…
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