Like sand through the hourglass… who’d have thought te reo Māori and a daytime soap had something in common?
Want your te reo Māori to sound more…. well, Māori? It’s simple, just stop using pronouns.
More kīwaha and kīanga referencing the body for you to have a nosey at.
Jeepers, creepers, where’d you get those peepers? Here’s some kīwaha all to do with the eyes.
Continuing on with our list of kīwaha and kīanga to do with the tinana, these ones all mention parts of your face.
Never before seen, heard or done on upokopakaru… until now; the easy way to say you’re doing something for the first time.
Eeny meeny miney moe, catch a tiger by its toe… Yeah, good luck with that.