Our fourth installment of Kupu Whakaniko focuses on kupu whakarite kararehe - the figurative language in Te Reo around the theme of Animals.
Discussing more of your questions - we cover the modern progression of values around tapu, the difference between Anake and Noa Iho, some A and O chat around a famous whakataukī, and the language evolution of our Tipuna.
This story is about the origins of Pounamu (or Greenstone) - a beautiful and precious stone found in certain parts of the South Island, New Zealand. Pounamu is a Taonga that plays an important part in Māori history and Tikanga, and in this episode - we both tell the story and talk about how, and why.
Negation - can't, won't, didn't etc - Paraone puts Erica to the test with a one-on-one schooling in negatives.
Covering Macrons, Pao, Karanga and a classic mis-heard lyric - we bring you another dose of answers to your questions.
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We look at behaviour and courtesies around the digital world - things to consider with the use of technology, social media and online platforms.
Taking a trip back through the ages, we tour through the Ngā Taonga archives and listen to some different types of famous Haka that were performed at significant moments, and have a kōrero about their importance at the time, and influence they have on the Haka we see today.
Rawiri Waititi is our kaikōrero on this hōtaka - joining us by phone to chat about the history, the area and the people of this large East Coast Iwi.