A History of the Māori language

Jan. 29, 2015, 9:48 p.m.

The survival of te reo Maori has not been easy. Over the last 175 years te reo Māori has been put at risk of becoming part of the extinct indigenous languages of the world. Te Hiku is working with speakers and learners of te reo Māori to halt the decline of our language. Read the history of te reo Māori.  https://tehiku.nz/whakapapa/

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