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Monday evenings from 6.00pm – 7.00pm
24 June: Pronunciation - with memorable tips to pronounce place names, people’s names and basic phrases correctly.
1 July: An invitation to learners to attend the opening of Te Whironui at Thistle Hall Community Gallery.
8 July: Greetings and farewells –useful in everyday and formal Māori settings.
15 July: Acknowledgements and thanks – to visitors, and opening and closing events or meetings.
22 July: Mihimihi - making personal connections and learning each other’s ancestral foundations.
29 July: Everyday idioms and phrases – increasing comfort, and support within daily conversations.
5 August: Business te reo - written correspondence appropriate for letters and emails
Cost: $50 (including booking fee), tickets available via Eventfinda.
Joan Costello has thirty years’ experience teaching te reo across the private, public and education sectors, as well as working with community groups, and for the last 13 years as Kaiako at Te Papa. Joan has a background in theatre and this has inspired a fresh, flexible and fun teaching style of supporting others to learn.
Joan Costello Te Reo Tūhono Ltd 021 059 5573 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by Thistle Hall Community Trust