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about te reo

  • te reo is one of the official languages of new zealand
  • ncea = national certificate in educational achievement (new zealand)
  • nzqa = new zealand qualification authority
  • level 1 = year 10 (circa 15 yr old learners)
  • level 2 = year 11 (circa 16 yr old learners)
  • level 3 = year 11 (circa 17 yr old learners)
  • for details on te reo maori ncea achievement standards [goto nzqa.govt.nz]


te reo places schools (42 sets of 12 terms)

id_no te reo english set_no
1 he kura a school 1
2 a, he aha koa te kiko o tēnā of what use is it anyway 1
3 ai, anō te pai terrific! 1
4 ana (particle) follows verb 1
5 anei ko tāku but i think … 1
6 anei te here’s the … 1
7 arā i nā, ka kī atu au as for that, i say that 1
8 aroha ana au ki i feel for … 1
9 au they (3+), those (3+) 1
10 e (particle) precedes verb 1
11 e aha ana ia what is he doing? 1
12 e ai ki ngā kōrero according to hearsay 1
13 e haere ana au i am going to 2
14 e haere ana ia he/she is going to 2
15 e haere ana ia ki te aha what is he going to do 2
16 e haere ana mātou we 3+ are going to 2
17 e haere ana rātou those 3+ are going to 2
18 e haere ana rātou ki hea where are they going 2
19 e haere ana rāua those 2 are going to 2
20 e haere ana rāua we 2 are going to 2
21 e haere ana rāua ki whea where are they going 2
22 e heke descend 2
23 e ine ana ia i te rārangi he is measuring a line 2
24 e inu drink up 2
25 e kai eat up 3
26 e kāika ana ngā tamariki ki te hoki the children are impatient to go 3
27 e kare ko koe te mutunga mai o te you’re always just … 3
28 e kei reira right on! just the best! 3
29 e kī you reckon? 3
30 e kuhu enter 3
31 e mea ana koe are you suggesting… 3
32 e moe go to sleep 3
33 e noho sit down up 3
34 e noho koa i konei mo te pō nei please stay here overnight. 3
35 e oho awake up 3
36 e oma run 3
37 e pā ana ki according to … 4
38 e peke koa ki rō moenga hop into bed, please. 4
39 e piki climb 4
40 e rua, e rua both of you 4
41 e tāipiri ana ia i ētahi tau he is adding some numbers 4
42 e takawawe ana au i ngā mahi i’m late for work 4
43 e tatau ana ia i ētahi āhua he is counting some shapes 4
44 e tū stand up 4
45 e tuhi write 4
46 e whakaae ana koe you agree that … 4
47 e whakaraupapatia ana ia i ētahi tau he is ordering some numbers 4
48 e whakarea ana ia i ētahi tau he is multiplying some numbers 4
49 engari e mea noa ana au well, i think that … 5
50 engari ka whai atu te pātai (following a question) not at all on the contrary 5
51 ētahi kēna tawhito some old cans 5
52 ētahi kirihou para some waste plastic 5
53 ētahi konganuku para some waste metal 5
54 ētahi nūpepa tawhito some old newspapers 5
55 ētahi para nō mataora some organic waste 5
56 ētahi parahanga some litter 5
57 ētahi parakaingaki some sewage 5
58 ētahi pararopi some organic waste 5
59 ētahi pēke kirihou some plastic bags 5
60 ētahi pepa para some waste paper 5
61 ētahi poritene some polythene 6
62 ētahi tākai tawhito some old packaging 6
63 ētahi wairākau some compost 6
64 haere go 6
65 haere atu go away 6
66 haere ki te horoi go and wash 6
67 haere ki te kai go and eat 6
68 haere ki te tākaro go and eat 6
69 haere koa ki te toa ki te hoko miraka nip down to the store and buy some milk please. 6
70 he aha ianei and then? 6
71 he aha māu what do you want to know for? 6
72 he aha pea he mahi mā tāua shall we do something? 6
73 he aha tēnā tohu what is this symbol? 7
74 he aha tēnei what is this? 7
75 he aha tēnei tohu what is this symbol? 7
76 he aha tō otinga what is your answer 7
77 he akomanga a classroom 7
78 he ākonga a student 7
79 he āporo an apple 7
80 he aurarī a ukulele 7
81 he awarua a hall 7
82 he hau a fraction 7
83 he haurua a half 7
84 he hautoru a third 7
85 he hauwhā a quarter 8
86 he heke a thigh 8
87 he hope a hip 8
88 he hōpūru a avocado 8
89 he horowai a waterfall 8
90 he huakākā a capsicum 8
91 he huānga a member of a set 8
92 he huinga a set 8
93 he huinga iti a subset 8
94 he huioro a synthesizer 8
95 he hunga mātakitaki an audience 8
96 he iaia a vein 8
97 he iaia matua an artery 9
98 he inarapa a eraser 9
99 he inati superb! 9
100 he inenga a measurement 9
101 he io a spinal cord 9
102 he ipu para a rubbish bin 9
103 he iwi tūara a backbone 9
104 he kaha ake ia i a au s/he is better than me at … 9
105 he kaiako a teacher 9
106 he kaikohi kapurangi a rubbish collector 9
107 he kaikutā aumua a lead guitarist 9
108 he kaikutā aurea a bass guitarist 9
109 he kaipaopao pahū a drummer 10
110 he kaipūoru a musician 10
111 he kaitapere an actress 10
112 he kamo a eyelid 10
113 he kau a pupil 10
114 he kauhanga a corridor 10
115 he kēkē an armpit 10
116 he koko a corner 10
117 he koromatua a thumb 10
118 he kūmera a sweet potato 10
119 he kutāhiko an electric guitar 10
120 he manawa a heart 10
121 he mango a mango 11
122 he mati a digit 11
123 he matimati a toe 11
124 he mea nui ki a au tāku it’s really important to me that i … 11
125 he merenga maota a honeydew melon 11
126 he merengi a watermelon 11
127 he mukumuku a pencil eraser 11
128 he mura a flame 11
129 he nanī a cabbage 11
130 he niu a coconut 11
131 he niupepa a newspaper 11
132 he ōrite tēnei ki tēnā this is equal to that 11
133 he otahua a eqqplant 12
134 he pahū a drum 12
135 he pai ake kia it’s okay that … 12
136 he pai noa iho kia it’s okay that … 12
137 he paihere puka a ring binder 12
138 he papa kōmaru a solar panel 12
139 he papa pūata a slide 12
140 he papa tuhituhi a chalkboard 12
141 he papamā a whiteboard 12
142 he papamahi a desk 12
143 he pene an ink pen 12
144 he pene akitu a ballpoint pen 12
145 he pene rākau a pencil 13
146 he pewa a arc 13
147 he pihinga a garlic clove 13
148 he pikitia a picture 13
149 he pītiti māheni a nectarine 13
150 he poho a chest 13
151 he pōhutu a geyser 13
152 he pokohiwi a shoulder 13
153 he pōpere a strawberry 13
154 he pouata whakāhua a camera 13
155 he pūawanui a trumpet 13
156 he puka whakāko a textbook 13
157 he pukapuka a book 14
158 he pukapuka tōrino a spiral notebook 14
159 he puku a stomach 14
160 he punga an ankle 14
161 he pūtahoro a clarinet 14
162 he pūtohe a saxophone 14
163 he pūtōiri a oboe 14
164 he pūtōrino a flute 14
165 he rae a forehead 14
166 he raimana a lime 14
167 he rama a lamp 14
168 he rārangi a line 14
169 he rerekē tēnei i tēnā this doesn't equal that 15
170 he riki a onions 15
171 he rīpene a cassette tape 15
172 he ruapara a rubbish dump 15
173 he taha a side 15
174 he tāiki kapurangi a rubbish bin 15
175 he taitai a brush 15
176 he tapa a edge 15
177 he tapatoru a triangle 15
178 he taraka kapurangi a rubbish truck 15
179 he taraka tahitahi a street cleaner truck 15
180 he tātaitai a calculator 15
181 he tātaitanga a calculation 16
182 he tatau a door 16
183 he tauira a student 16
184 he taupuni hangarua a recycling centre 16
185 he tāwakawaka a keyboard 16
186 he tinana a body 16
187 he tioka a chalk 16
188 he tira pīoioi a rock group 16
189 he tira pūoru an orchestra 16
190 he tira waiata a chorus 16
191 he tohitū whakanao tukurua a recycling factory 16
192 he tohu tangohanga it’s a subtraction sign 16
193 he tohu tāpiritanga it’s an addition sign 17
194 he tohu wehewehenga it’s a division sign 17
195 he tohu whakareatanga it’s a multiplication sign 17
196 he tōiri a violin 17
197 he tuahiwi a skeleton 17
198 he turi a knee 17
199 he tūru a chair 17
200 he uho a core 17
201 he ūpoko a head 17
202 he whakāhua a poster 17
203 he whakakoi pene rākau a pencil sharpener 17
204 he wharepaku whakapopo a composting toilet 17
205 he whatīanga an elbow 18
206 he whatīanga ringa a wrist 18
207 he wheua a bone 18
208 hea where 18
209 hei aha koa te tote, engari kia maha tonu te pepa no salt please, but lots of pepper. 18
210 hei tāna according to her 18
211 hei whakamōhio noa atu just to let you know … 18
212 heke iho get off 18
213 heoi anō however / on the other hand … 18
214 hihira check, go over it carefully 18
215 hoki atu go back 18
216 hoki mai come back 18
217 homai pass it to me 19
218 hōmai koa he inu māku give me some liquid please 19
219 hōmai koa he karaehe wai a glass of water, please. 19
220 hōmai koa ki a au he tohu, kia mōhio ai ahau please give me a cue, so i will know when 19
221 hōmai koa ko te mauhuri rahi pass the big spanner, please. 19
222 hōmai koa te maramara pass me the dish cloth please. 19
223 hōmai koa te tātaritanga o nama please give me a breakdown of your expenses. 19
224 homai koa te tote please pass the salt 19
225 i nē i i don’t believe it! 19
226 inā hoki however / on the other hand … 19
227 inea ēnei mea measure these things 19
228 ira look at… 19
229 ira ngā pounamu pakaru look at the broken bottles 20
230 ira te parahanga look at the litter 20
231 ira te tūkinotanga look at the pollution 20
232 ka aroha kē koe how sad for you 20
233 ka mutu pea just the best! 20
234 ka nui tēnā that’s enough 20
235 ka nui tēnei this is enough 20
236 ka nui tō aroha you are too kind 20
237 ka rite tonu just like 20
238 ka taka te wā time passed, in time, later, eventually 20
239 ka tika hoki thank you [east coast] 20
240 kai te koa tātau katoa is everybody happy? 20
241 kāore āu nā mahi kē atu i te you’re always just … 21
242 kāore e kore without a doubt 21
243 kāore i tua atu just the best. 21
244 kaore koa he kai paipa i roto i te kītini no smoking in the kitchen, please. 21
245 kāpatau but if … 21
246 karawhiua atu go ahead and do it then, give it heaps 21
247 karawhiua mai bring it on 21
248 karawhiua! give it everything! sock it to them! go for it! give it heaps! 21
249 kati well (then) 21
250 kāti well then … 21
251 kāti te hohā boring! 21
252 kāti, kua tātou right, we’re … 21
253 kaua e wareware kia taha tukurua don’t forget to recycle 22
254 kaua e wareware kia wehe tāu para don’t forget to separate your rubbish 22
255 kaua e wareware kia whakapopo don’t forget to compost 22
256 kaua e wareware kia whiu tāu para don’t forget to dispose of your rubbish 22
257 kaua koa he pōrearea noa no unnecessary fuss, please 22
258 kei (particle) verb marker, present continuous 22
259 kei (particle) verb marker, present continuous 22
260 kei reira kē right on! just the best! 22
261 kei te haere au i am going to 22
262 kei te haere ia he/she is going to 22
263 kei te haere ia ki hea where is he going 22
264 kei te haere ia ki te aha what is he going to do 22
265 kei te haere koe ki whea where are you going 23
266 kei te haere mātou we 3+ are going to 23
267 kei te haere māua we 2 are going to 23
268 kei te haere rātou those 3+ are going to 23
269 kei te haere rāua those 2 are going to 23
270 kei te pīrangi i want 23
271 kei te taukaikai rāua ki a rāua they just argue all the time [taranaki] 23
272 kei te whakapono ahau i believe so 23
273 kei waho a pito i am full 23
274 ki (particle) to 23
275 ki a au anō nei as far as i’m concerned 23
276 ki a au, he tika tāku in my opinion, what i say is right 23
277 ki ahuriri to napier 24
278 ki ākarana to auckland 24
279 ki kaikoura to kaikoura 24
280 ki konei au noho ai i will stay here … 24
281 ki ngā pākihiwhakatekateka-a-waitaha to the canterbury plains 24
282 ki ngā puke māeroero to the southern alps 24
283 ki ōku nei whakaaro i think … 24
284 ki otākou to otago 24
285 ki ōtautahi to christchurch 24
286 ki ōtepoti to dunedin 24
287 ki pārunga to the upstairs 24
288 ki roto to the inside 24
289 ki tai tokerau to northland 25
290 ki taku wharekura to the school 25
291 ki te aha what is he going to do 25
292 ki te ako to learn 25
293 ki te akomanga to the classroom 25
294 ki te ara hīkoi to the sidewalk 25
295 ki te hōhipera to the hospital 25
296 ki te hoko ētahi kai to buy some food 25
297 ki te hui to the meeting 25
298 ki te kēmu to the game 25
299 ki te kite i ona whanaunga to see her relations 25
300 ki te kite i te tākuta to see a doctor 25
301 ki te korero to talk 26
302 ki te mahi to work 26
303 ki te matāu a māui to hawkes bay 26
304 ki te moana a raukawa to cook strait 26
305 ki te moana a toi te huatahi to the bay of plenty 26
306 ki te moe to sleep 26
307 ki te noho to sit 26
308 ki te oha a maru to oamaru 26
309 ki te panui i te pukapuka to read a book 26
310 ki te papa kīhini to the kitchen 26
311 ki te papa rererangi to the airport 26
312 ki te papa-i-oea to palmerston north 26
313 ki te paparewa to the elevator 27
314 ki te pekanga to the intersection 27
315 ki te pou niho to the dentist 27
316 ki te rūma noho to the lounge 27
317 ki te tai hauāuru to the west coast 27
318 ki te tai poutini to the west coast of the south island 27
319 ki te tai rāwhiti to the east coast 27
320 ki te tākaro to play 27
321 ki te taone nui to the city 27
322 ki te te wānanga to the university 27
323 ki te tihi o maru timaru 27
324 ki te titiro i te whakaatua to look at the picture 27
325 ki te toa hokopuka to the bookstore 28
326 ki te toa hokorongoā to the pharmacy 28
327 ki te toa taiwhanga to the department store 28
328 ki te tono mo awhina to ask for help 28
329 ki te tuhituhi i te reta to write a letter 28
330 ki te tūnga pahi to the bus stop 28
331 ki te utu to pay 28
332 ki te waiata to sing 28
333 ki te waipounamu to the south island 28
334 ki te whakaako to teach 28
335 ki te whakaaro to think 28
336 ki te whakahaere i te hunga to lead the group 28
337 ki te whakarite i te tina to prepare lunch 29
338 ki te whakarongo ki te kaiako to listen to the teacher 29
339 ki te whakatā to rest 29
340 ki te whanganui-ā-tara wellington 29
341 ki te whare hākinakina to the stadium 29
342 ki te whare kai to the dining complex 29
343 ki te whare kaukau to the bathroom 29
344 ki te whare nui to the hall 29
345 ki te whare paku t to the toilet 29
346 ki te whare pikitia to the picture theatre 29
347 ki te whare pītakataka to the gymnasium (sport) 29
348 ki te whare pukapuka to the library 29
349 ki te wharekura to the school 30
350 ki te whiwhi i te kēmu to win the game 30
351 ki teketetonga peiwhairangi bay of islands 30
352 ki tōku to my 30
353 ki tōku hui to my meeting 30
354 ki tōku kāinga to my home 30
355 ki tōku marae to the school 30
356 ki waho to the outside 30
357 ki waho i te whare to outside of the house 30
358 ki waiharakeke blenheim 30
359 ki whakatāne 30
360 ki whakatū nelson 30
361 ki whanganui-ā-rua wanganui 31
362 kia kotahi koa te tōtiti wera one hot dog please 31
363 kia marama mai for your info … 31
364 kia mōhio mai koe for your info … 31
365 kia pai koutou ki a koutou be good to/love each other/one another 31
366 kia pai mai hoki fantastic (waikato) 31
367 kia pai te tiaki i a koutou i enjoy looking after you 31
368 kia piri come close 31
369 kia tau aronui stupendous! 31
370 kia tau tika te haere make sure it goes well 31
371 ko tāku atu but i think … 31
372 ko taku kupu ki a koe i think that … 31
373 ko taku pīrangi kia i really want to … 32
374 ko te tūmanako hopefully, … 32
375 ko wai atu anō who else 32
376 koinā te pīrangi o that’s what … wants 32
377 koiora biology 32
378 kua haere au ināianei we're off 32
379 kua haere tātou we're off 32
380 kua hē ahau - hōmai koa to inarapa i've made a mistake - can you lend me your rubber? 32
381 kua mārama au ki tōu whakautu i've understood your response 32
382 kua mutu aku kōrero i konei i’ve finished what i have to say 32
383 kua oti i konei i’m through here 32
384 mā te aha i tēnei no need for any more, is there? 32
385 māhau kē tēnā that’s a job for you … 33
386 māna i could be wrong 33
387 maranga get up 33
388 mauria mai koa kia nui nga uhi moenga please bring plenty of bed coverings. 33
389 me aha no matter 33
390 me aha ahau what can i do 33
391 me huri koa ki konei turn off here please. 33
392 me kaiponu koa te kai paipa please refrain from smoking. 33
393 me mutu ake i konei i’ll stop here 33
394 me tatari koa mo ētahi please wait for the others. 33
395 me te aha and what happened? 33
396 me whakamutu koa e koe tēnā mahi would you please quit doing that. 33
397 then / so / well 34
398 over there 34
399 nā ki a au nei now, i think 34
400 nā ki a au nei well, for my part … 34
401 nā ki a au nei kāore now, i don't think 34
402 nā te mea because 34
403 no kidding? 34
404 nē rā you reckon? 34
405 nē rā isn’t it 34
406 nei here 34
407 nei rā the fact was… 34
408 neke atu koa ki te taha o te huarahi pull over to the side of the road, please. 34
409 ngā huawhenua vegetables 35
410 noho tonu koa i roto i o koutou tūru remain in your seats please. 35
411 ōi shout 35
412 otirā however / on the other hand … 35
413 pānuitia mai koa te ūpoko tuarua please read the second paragraph 35
414 pārekareka ana te it is/was enjoyable … 35
415 pātai atu ki te kaiako ask the teacher 35
416 pērā i such as 35
417 piki ake climb up 35
418 pūoru music 35
419 purua atu koa ki runga i te kaute put it on the slate, please. 35
420 pūtaiao science 35
421 over there 36
422 rite pū tēnei ki tēnā this is exactly like that 36
423 ruruku koa koe i āku hokonga please wrap the purchases 36
424 taihoa wait on 36
425 taihoa ake, me mōhio ahau wait, let me think 36
426 taihoa e haere don’t go yet 36
427 taihoa e kai don’t eat yet 36
428 taihoa e tū don’t stand yet 36
429 taihoa koa hold on … 36
430 taihoa koa please wait 36
431 taihoa koa kia thanks for … 36
432 tāipiritia ēnei tau add these numbers 36
433 taku kahurangi pīataata my shiny piece of greenstone … 37
434 tangohia atu koa taku aroha please accept my sympathy. 37
435 tangohia ēnei tau subtract these numbers 37
436 tatauria ēnei āhua count these shapes 37
437 tatauria ēnei mea count these things 37
438 tatauria ēnei mea please count these things 37
439 te the 37
440 tē aro i have no idea 37
441 te hōhā boring! 37
442 te mutunga iho at the end of the day, in the end 37
443 te mutunga mai o te hōhā you win the prize for being boring 37
444 te pai kē hoki marvellous! 37
445 tēnā well (then) 38
446 tēnā well then … 38
447 tēnā ia nā right then / well then … 38
448 tēnā koa well then … 38
449 tēnā koa kia haere au let me go … 38
450 tēnā koa neke mai ki konei please move over here next to me 38
451 tēnā koa tukua au kia please let me … 38
452 tēnā koa, homai he kōrero e pā ana well, give me something about … 38
453 tēnā koe mōu i haere mai thank you for coming … 38
454 tēnā koe mōu i tuku thank you for allowing … 38
455 tēnā pea i think … 38
456 tētahi harore some mushrooms 38
457 tētahi hau māori some natural gas 39
458 tētahi hua hīmoe some citrus fruits 39
459 tētahi huamaroke some dried fruit 39
460 tētahi kanekane some garlic 39
461 tētahi kānga some corn 39
462 tētahi kano some peas 39
463 tētahi kāpia some glue 39
464 tētahi kiko some flesh 39
465 tētahi maika some bananas 39
466 tētahi ngā pīnati some nuts 39
467 tētahi parakipere some blackberries 39
468 tētahi parareka some potatoes 39
469 tētahi pene whītau some marker pens 40
470 tētahi pepa some paper 40
471 tētahi pī some peas 40
472 tētahi piakano a crayons 40
473 tētahi pihi tuawhiti some asparagus 40
474 tētahi pine some pins 40
475 tētahi puananī some brocoli 40
476 tētahi rākau pahū some drumsticks 40
477 tētahi rauamiami some herbs 40
478 tētahi rīwai some potatoes 40
479 tētahi tīwēwē some cymbals 40
480 tētahi tōmato some tomatoes 40
481 tētahi tūtae-kōau some celery 41
482 tētahi uhi karamea some carrots 41
483 tineia koa te hikareti nā please stub out that cigarette. 41
484 tino kore nei e kō atu there’s nothing more to be said on that 41
485 titiro ki te pukapuka look at the picture 41
486 tū mai stand up 41
487 tukua koa ahau i te huarahi please drop me off on the way. 41
488 turituri hush, be quiet 41
489 waiho ake au kia leave me … leave me behind to … 41
490 wehewehea ēnei tau divide these numbers 41
491 whakaahuatia ēnei mea describe these things 41
492 whakaahuatia ēnei mea please describe these things 41
493 whakairia koa nga kākahu horoi hang out the washing, please. 42
494 whakakāngia koa te raiti put on the light, please. 42
495 whakakiia koa te pukapuka uiui nei please complete this questionnaire 42
496 whakakoia koa te pene rākau please sharpen the pencil. 42
497 whakamaharatia koa ahau ki to whaea please remember me to your mother. 42
498 whakamaurutia koa te turituri please tone down the noise. 42
499 whakaraupapatia ēnei tau order these numbers 42
500 whakareatia ēnei tau multiply these numbers 42
501 whakarerea ake au kia leave me … leave me behind to … 42
502 whakaritea mai tātou have regard for us… 42
503 whanatu koa ki te tākaro go away and play please. 42
504 whea where 42