Te reo Māori on the go – Te Wiki o te Reo Māori – Rātū

Ata Marie tātou, kei te pēhea koutou? Ngā mihi ki a koutou.

Kei a koe te tikanga - (it is up to you) - kia kaha kōrero ki te Māori

I have recently joined the 'smart phone' club and will never again say to tōku taitamariki /rangatahi (teenager) to get her face out of her phone! In fact I am the one who now gets - "are you on your phone again!"

Tōku waea pūkoro (phone) has been an extension of my te Reo Māori learning. Tūmeke!
I can now titiro, whakarongo me kōrero te reo Māori while waiting at te tākutu, waiting for te taitamariki/rangatahi (which is often), when TV is hōhā, when I am having a kai and sitting under he rakau feeling te rā on tōku kanohi.

Let's Learn Maori Facebook

I have found useful pages on Facebook that give me instant new learning in a very visual way. My 'photo' app is now full of great kupu, rerenga, kiwaha me whakataukī. Like this one, that I can now copy, paste and/or share, print and stick on the fridge at home, in the office, in the car ...

Check out some more technology and social media reo.

Kōrerorero mai, tell us how you do it - Kōrero Māori.

Kia maia, kia manawanui - perserverance is well rewarded

Kōrerorero mai - Join the conversation.

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