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July 10, 2016 | by  | in Opinion |
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Ko ngā Poutama o te Hōhaieti o te Reo Māori

Nei rā te mihi nui ki a koutou te hunga rangatira e ngana ana ki te whakaora i tō tāua nei reo. Kei te mihi, kei te mihi, kei te mihi.

Ko te whāinga matua o tēnei rōpū, ko te whakapiki i te wairua o te tauira kia puāwai ai tana reo, ka mutu, ko te whakawhitiwhiti kōrero e pā ana ki ngā kōrero nui o te wā mō te reo Māori. I hoki mai Te Hōhaieti ki a tātou ngā tauira o te whare wānanga nei i tērā tau, ā, e whai tonu ana mātou i ngā mahi a kui mā, a koro mā. E tautoko ana mātou i ngā tauira reo Māori me ngā tauira e pīrangi ana ki te ako i ngā mea e pā ana ki ngā mate tauwhiro mō te reo. He rōpū tēnei e āki nei i te hunga e whai ana i ēnei mea ahakoa te iti o te reo, ahakoa pēhea rānei.

Tata ki te whā tekau mā whā ngā tau kua pahure ake mai i te wā i tukuna atu ai te pētihana mo te reo Māori e Ngā Tamatoa me Te Hōhaieti o Te Reo Māori o mua. Nā te kaha o tēnei uepū, i whakapūmautia tō tātou reo i roto i te Kāwanatanga. Koinei hoki te wā i āwhina ai tēnei reanga ki te whakatū i Te Rā o Te Reo Māori (nā wai rā ka huri hei wiki). I te nuinga o te wā, kāore e kitea te tini me te mano o ngā hītori me ngā whakapapa e hāngai ana ki te whakarauoratanga nō roto i tēnei whare wānanga. I taua wā, he ruarua noa iho ngā rauemi mō te reo, heoi anō, nā konā, kua nui haere te rahinga o ngā pou hāpai mō tēnei taonga. Kua waimarie te iwi rangatahi i te mahi i mahia e rātou, engari he aha ki a tātou?

Ko te kōingo, ka ū tātou te hunga rangatahi ki te kaupapa mō ngā tamariki, mō ngā mokopuna e whai ake i a tātou. He maha ngā wero nui kei mua i tō tātou nei aroaro, engari me ngana tātou ki te whakatūturu i te reo ki roto i tēnei whare wānanga.

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