QUIZ Ngā mihi – Greetings in te reo Māori

Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of greetings and responses in te reo Māori.

Ngā mihi - Greetings In te reo Māori

Test your knowledge of how to greet people in te reo Māori.

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What is the Ngaati Porou variation of 'kei te pēhea koe?' meaning 'how are you?' (to one person)

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Which of these phrases means 'I'm sick' in te reo Māori?

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If Mary wanted to introduce herself which of these two phrases would work in te re Māori?

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Which of these phrases means 'I'm busy' in te reo Māori?

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If someone asked you 'kei te pēhea koe?' (how are you?)  How could you respond in te reo Māori saying 'I'm good.  And you?'

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Which of these phrases means 'I'm sad' or 'I'm upset' in te reo Māori?

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How would you greet one person in te reo Māori?

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How would you ask one person how they are in te reo Māori?

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How would you say 'how are you two?' in te reo Māori?

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How would you ask someone where they're from in te reo Māori.

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How could you say 'see you later' in te reo Māori?

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Choose the three greetings that could be used to say good morning in te reo Māori.

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How would you greet two people in te reo Māori?

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How would you greet an older man?

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How would you greet two friends?

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What is another way to say 'how are you?' to one person in a Western dialect, including the Waikato region?

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Which of these phrases is a way to say goodbye to someone who is staying?

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What's another option for the present tense?  Instead of saying 'kei te pai ahau' - 'I'm good.', what could you say?

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How would you greet a group of three or more in te reo Māori?

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Which is the te reo Māori greeting that carries the meaning similar to 'good health to you'?

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