Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, it is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and each day we will bring you a new word or phrase with some audio.
Here is the list of words and phrases used this week.

Rāhoroi– Saturday

Kia pai tō ra.

Have a good day.

Rāmere / Paraire – Friday

Kia hoki mai ano.

Come back again.

Rāpare / Taite – Thursday

Kia ora, ko Jane tēnei.
Hello, this is Jane.

Rāapa / Wenerei – Wednesday

Tau kē!

Awesome!

Rātū / Tūrei– Tuesday

Nau mai, haere mai ki Ngā Kete Wānanga o Ōtautahi.

Welcome to Christchurch City Libraries.

Rāhina / Mane – Monday

Ata marie – Good morning


Rāhoroi– Saturday – Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, it is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and each day we will bring you a new word or phrase with some audio.

Rāhoroi– Saturday

Today’s phrase is:

Kia pai tō ra.

Have a good day.


Rāmere / Paraire – Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, it is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and each day we will bring you a new word or phrase with some audio.

Rāmere / Paraire – Friday

Today’s phrase can be used to bid a warm farewell:

Kia hoki mai ano.

Come back again.


Rāpare / Taite – Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, it is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and each day we will bring you a new word or phrase with some audio.

Rāpare / Taite – Thursday

Today’s phrase can be used on the phone:

Kia ora, ko Jane tēnei.

Hello, this is Jane.


Rāapa / Wenerei – Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, it is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and each day we will bring you a new word or phrase with some audio.

Rāapa / Wenerei – Wednesday

Tau kē!

Awesome!


Rātū / Tūrei – Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, it is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and each day we will bring you a new word or phrase with some audio.

Rātū / Tūrei– Tuesday

Nau mai, haere mai ki Ngā Kete Wānanga o Ōtautahi.

Welcome to Christchurch City Libraries.


Rāhina – Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, it is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and each day we will bring you a new word or phrase with some audio.

Rāhina / Mane – Monday

Ata mārie – Good morning


Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, for Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori we brought you a new word each day related to this year’s theme Manaakitanga (hospitality, kindness, and making visitors welcome).

Here is the list of words and phrases used this week.

Rāhoroi– Saturday

Kia pai tō ra.

Have a good day.

Rāmere / Paraire – Friday

Kia hoki mai ano.

Come back again.

Rāpare / Taite – Thursday

Kia ora, ko Jane tēnei.
Hello, this is Jane.

Rāapa / Wenerei – Wednesday

Tau kē!

Awesome!

Rātū / Tūrei– Tuesday

Nau mai, haere mai ki Ngā Kete Wānanga o Ōtautahi.

Welcome to Christchurch City Libraries.

Rāhina / Mane – Monday

Ata marie – Good morning


Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori — Māori Language Week runs from 4 Hōngongoi — 10 Hōngongoi 2011 / 4 July — 10 July 2011. Each year The Māori Language Commission sets a theme, and in 2011 it is “Manaakitanga” — hospitality, kindness, and making visitors welcome.

Rāhoroi – Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, it is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and each day we will bring you a new word related to this year’s theme Manaakitanga (hospitality, kindness, and making visitors welcome).

Rāhoroi– Saturday

Today’s phrase is:

Kia pai tō ra.

Have a good day.


Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori — Māori Language Week runs from 4 Hōngongoi — 10 Hōngongoi 2011 / 4 July — 10 July 2011. Each year The Māori Language Commission sets a theme, and in 2011 it is “Manaakitanga” — hospitality, kindness, and making visitors welcome.

Rāmere / Paraire – Te kupu o te rā

Kia oraKia ora, it is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and each day we will bring you a new word related to this year’s theme Manaakitanga (hospitality, kindness, and making visitors welcome).

Rāmere / Paraire – Friday

Today’s phrase can be used to bid a warm farewell:

Kia hoki mai ano.

Come back again.


Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori — Māori Language Week runs from 4 Hōngongoi — 10 Hōngongoi 2011 / 4 July — 10 July 2011. Each year The Māori Language Commission sets a theme, and in 2011 it is “Manaakitanga” — hospitality, kindness, and making visitors welcome.