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Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
Maori Mihi - Introduction
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Maori Mihi - Introduction

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Basic format for a Maori Mihi (greeting) created by a student in my classroom in New Zealand.

Basic format for a Maori Mihi (greeting) created by a student in my classroom in New Zealand.

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  • 1. My MihiI would use my Mihi when staying at amarae And to tell them about myself in Māori.
  • 2. NewZealandtoku Iwi
  • 3. Hamiltontoku hapu
  • 4. Ko Pirongiatoku maunga
  • 5. Ko Waikato toku awa
  • 6. Ko Murray rauaKo Gail toku whanau
  • 7. Ko Kylie toku teina
  • 8. Ko Mr Cooke toku tumuake
  • 9. Ko Mr Webbtoku kaiako
  • 10. Ko Jamietoku ingoa
  • 11. !The End! Made By Jamie

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