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9. In June, the Māo­ri hea­vy-me­tal band Alien Wea­pon­ry’s al­bum Tū went right to num­ber one in New Zea­land and has had more than a mil­lion streams on Spo­ti­fy, while last year Wai­rua by the Māo­ri group Mai­moa Music was the most-wat­ched YouTube clip in New Zea­land, seen more than 5.5m times.

10. A lar­ger range of Māo­ri pro­gram­ming has al­so played a si­gni­fi­cant role in nor­ma­li­sing the lan­guage,

po­li­cy po­li­tique / to­wards en­vers, à l'égard de / among par­mi, chez / to im­prove s'amé­lio­rer / to be part of faire par­tie (in­té­grante) de / to spread, spread, spread se ré­pandre/ici, gé­né­ra­li­ser / middle name deuxième pré­nom / to wel­come ac­cueillir, ap­plau­dir (fig.). 8. trea­ty grounds réf. au site his­to­rique où le trai­té de 1840, pou­vant être con­si­dé­ré comme l'acte de fondation de la Nou­velle-Zé­lande, fut si­gné entre les re­pré­sen­tants de la Cou­ronne bri­tan­nique et les chefs des tri­bus in­di­gènes / to de­li­ver ici, pro­non­cer. 9. band groupe / right ici, di­rec­te­ment / while tan­dis que. 10. range gamme; ici, va­rié­té, sé­lec­tion / si­gni­fi­cant si­gni­fi­ca­tif, im­por­tant / in­clu­ding pu­bli­cly fun­ded Māo­ri TV, whose pre­sen­ters and jour­na­lists speak on­ly in Māo­ri, with cap­tions pro­vi­ded.

11. All si­gnage is now bi­lin­gual in go­vern­ment of­fices, hos­pi­tals and most pu­blic spaces and the first bi­lin­gual chil­dren’s play­ground was ope­ned in Ro­to­rua this year. Mains­tream broad­cas­ters on com­mer­cial chan­nels such as TVNZ and TV3 have shown a com­mit­ment to using Māo­ri live on air and ignore cri­tics who com­plain of fee­ling ex­clu­ded. Te­le­vi­sion news pre­sen­ter Ka­noa Lloyd, of Māo­ri des­cent, be­gan in­tro­du­cing te reo words to her wea­ther re­ports in 2015 and re­cei­ved a torrent of com­plaints and online abuse. She has conti­nued to use te reo on her prime-time show The Pro­ject.

12. “Te reo has be­come co­ol and I am ve­ry hap­py about that. For a long time we thought it was over,” said Dr Ara­pe­ra Bel­la Nga­ha, who is stu­dying the re­vi­ta­li­sa­tion of te reo at Au­ck­land uni­ver­si­ty. to fund fi­nan­cer / cap­tion ici, sous-titre / to pro­vide four­nir, pro­po­ser. 11. si­gnage si­gna­lé­tique / play­ground cour de ré­créa­tion; ici, aire de jeux / broad­cas­ter pré­sen­ta­teur / chan­nel chaîne de té­lé­vi­sion / on air à l'an­tenne/la té­lé­vi­sion / cri­tic dé­trac­teur / to com­plain se plaindre, dé­plo­rer / des­cent as­cen­dance, origine / wea­ther re­port bul­le­tin mé­téo­ro­lo­gique / abuse in­sultes, in­jures / show ici, émis­sion. 12. to be over être fi­ni/la fin.


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