Wel­come feel­ing

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Mai te tau ko­tahi mano, iwa rau whitu tekau ma rima ka whaka­ma­na­tia e te ture Te Wiki o te reo Maori i Aotearoa.

Mai te ra tu­awha o Hon­goin­goi ki te ra tekau ma tahi ka timata Te Wiki o te reo Maori. Ko te kau­papa o tenei tau ko Man­aak­i­tanga.

Ko te reo Maori he reo tu­turu o Aotearoa i whaka­ma­na­tia i te tau ko­tahi mano, iwa rau, waru tekau ma whitu.

Ki te rapu ko­rero atu ano koe mo te reo Maori i nga tau ki muri me te ahua o te reo Maori, haere ki www.ko­rero.maori.nz

Ev­ery year since 1975, New Zealand has cel­e­brated Maori Lan­guage Week.

From July 4 un­til July 11 is Maori Lan­guage Week and this year’s theme is Man­aak­i­tanga, or mak­ing peo­ple feel wel­come when they are in our com­pany.

Te reo Maori be­came an of­fi­cial lan­guage of New Zealand in 1987. For more in­for­ma­tion about the his­tory and use of te reo Maori go to www.ko­rero.maori.nz

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