We share our thoughts on the "huruhuru" debate, talk in depth about how to learn about Whakapono Māori and what it means to you.
Delving into questions about time - mua and muri, te ingoa Māori o Australia, being an isolated reo speaker and some ideas around Māori business conduct.
|Answers to more audeince questions like the origin and use of passives, singular or multiple possesives, Mōu and Nāu in kōrero mihi, the way of Rāhiri, Taonga Puoru and a handy new search feature on our podbean website - check it out at https://taringapodcast.podbean.com/|
Today our hosts answer you pātai about immersive learning, the difference between Tipuna and Tupuna, double negatives, and non Māori based pēpeha.
NOTE: This episode was recorded before the level 4 Covid-19 government restrictions were set in place.
Paraone and Te Puaheiri answer questions about the use of the word "Iho", the term poroporoaki and some expert advice on how to offer Karakia in the mornings.
The first question session of 2020 - Paraone and Erica talk about Kūmuri Hāngū, Reo around taking photos, mis-use of macrons, kupu rata, and Paraone's choice of 3 prominent whaikōrero speakers of the current time.
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.
Covering Macrons, Pao, Karanga and a classic mis-heard lyric - we bring you another dose of answers to your questions.
We're back with some more answers for several new audience questions - new dialects, formal and informal kōrero, taea vs ahei and ngā momo kaupare - all sprinkled with our usual tangents and anecdotes along the way.
The parents are away and the kids are left to play - Snowy and Erica answer questions about embalming, lunar phases, tohutō (macrons) and Tikanga compromised for convenience like practices around hākari, karakia, wairea and karanga.