3 Jan 2020

Māori Phrase a Day: Haere mai ki te kai

From Summer Times, 9:55 am on 3 January 2020

Every day at the moment we're checking in with Hēmi Kelly, to learn some useful te reo Māori phrases you can use in your day-to-day life.

Hemi's a lecturer in Te Ara Poutama - the Faculty of Māori & Indigenous Development at Auckland University of Technology, and his book A Māori Phrase a Day: 365 Phrases to Kickstart Your Reo will be released on January 7.

Last time on the show we learned the phrase: Kei te hiakai koe?

Today's phrase: Haere mai ki te kai!

Translation: Come and eat!

Hēmi Kelly

Hēmi Kelly Photo: Supplied/Hēmi Kelly

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