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Lecture One

Greetings and Farewells

Greeting one person Tēnā koe
Greeting two people Tēnā kōrua
Greeting three or more people Tēnā koutou
An informal greeting (no matter the # of people). Can also mean thankyou Kia ora
Addressing a friend E hoa
Addressing an intimate friend E kare
Addressing a girl or YOUNG women E hine
Addressing a boy or YOUNG man E tama
Addressing for older woman E kui
Addressing for older man E koro
Goodbye to someone who is leaving Haere rā
4 ways to say goodbye to someone who is staying E noho rā, Hei konā rā, Hei konei rā, Noho ake rā
Goodbye on the telephone Hei konā rā
Created by: alicemcc333