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Ngä Tari Käwanatanga Ka Tautoko I Te Reo Mäori

Ngä Tari Käwanatanga Ka Tautoko I Te Reo Mäori

I te rangi nei, i tukuna, e te Minita mo ngä Take Mäori, a Tau Henare, ngä kaupapa arataki, hei arahi i ngä pokapü Käwanatanga, me ërä pokapü ëhara na te Käwanatanga, ki te hanga kaupapa, mahere reo Mäori.

I roto i ngä ähuatanga hihiko inäianei, e karapoti ana ki te whakamahi i te reo Mäori ki roto i te Päremata, e tika tënei wä, mo ngä tari Käwanatanga, ki te whakaatu i ta rätou piriponotanga ki te whakaora mai i te reo.? i kï ia.

Kei te whai kaha ake ëtahi tari, kei runga ki ëtahi ake, ä, kei te möhio anö ahau i ngä uauatanga ka tau ki ëtahi o ngä tari. Otirä, kua whakahau e ahau, ënei kaupapa, ki runga ki ngä whärangi take a te Käwanatanga, kähore ahau e pirangi ki te kite i ëtahi tari e tuku äwhina ä ngutu noaiho, ki ngä kaupapa nei.?

He nui ake te reo Mäori ki ngä rärangi törangapü, e hängai tika tonu ana ki te pütake o te tuakiri o tënei whenua, me ërä mea mana motuhake mo tätou i roto i tënei ao.

He kaupapa mana anö tënei, me te whakahönore i ngä piriponotanga? i kï a Henare. He reo ture, te reo Mäori na tënei whenua, përä tonu ki te reo Ingarihi, kähore i kö atu, kähore i kö mai. Mehemea ko te whakamahi o te reo kei te wero i ngä wähi oranga ngäkau o ngä kaitö rangapü, me ngä kaipänui päpäho, ëhara tërä i te take kia panaia, kia tütara tënä whakamahinga mo a koutou ake rärangi take.?

Mätätupu: Kaupapa me ngä Mahere Reo Mäori ? Kaupapa Arataki ki te ärahi i ngä Tari Käwanatanga, ko ia nei ngä kaupapa arataki mo ngä tari Käwanatanga, kua whakahautia nei ki te tautoko kaha tonu, ki te whakamahi kaha i te reo Mäori. Kua tukuna atu ki te marama o Höngongoi, o te tau 2000, ki ngä pokapü Käwanatanga, ki te hanga kaupapa reo Mäori ki roto i a ratou tari.

I kï a Henare, i neke pëneitia, hei tautokohanga i ngä mahi kaha e mahia ana ki roto o ngä nohoanga tängata.

? Ko ngä tängata kei roto i ngä hapori, kei te mahi tino kaha ki te whakapai ake, ki te whakanui hoki ake, ki te körerorero i te reo Mäori. E kitea ana e ahau tënei kökiri, e mahi kore nui ake, kore iti iho, ki te whakakaha ake i ërä mahi,? i kï ia.

Kua tuhia anö he pukapuka ake, Mätätupu ? me pewhea te Ahu Kaupapa, Mahere Reo Mäori, mo ngä pokapü käwanatanga ärohe, me ngä pokapü ëhara na te käwanatanga. Ko ënei pukapuka ko ngä hua o te mahi tahitanga o ëtahi pokapü käwanatanga. Ka taea te tiki atu ngä kape kei Te Puni Kökiri.

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