Saturday, April 2, 2011

ka nui te mihi!

Tena noa tatou kua tau mai nei, he mihi mahana tenei!
A warm greeting to all who have landed on this page!

This site contains many very useful links inthe study and learning of Te Reo Maori.
It is being built for next years academic year but will hopefully have many interesting and useful information added in the mean time.

Learning a language requires discipline, commitment, practice, and patience.
You will struggle, get a sore head from learning so much that is new, and you will soon dream and think in Te Reo if you keep up your daily or weekly learning and practicing.

It starts with noticing their are different words (when listening) then identifying which words are which. then reciting sentences, learning phrases to practice, then changing these to suit your context and what you want to say and finally, feeling confident to speak in a public setting.

All is possible.
Ka tango ai i te wero! Take up the challenge, your life will never be the same.

I look forward to your journey back to where you came from.
naku noa
Richard Taka Kerr-Bell
Ngati Wharara

I love these women, hard core, loud and proud! E tautoko ana au ki a koutou ma aue!