Te Reo Māori
In Māori, macrons are used to indicate how vowels should be pronounced (vowels with macrons have a longer sound).
An easy way to find out which vowels have macrons is to search the Māori Dictionary.
For how to type macrons using your keyboard see How do I use Māori Macrons?
Use of italics
If you are writing in English, italicise Māori words unless they are in common use (e.g., haka, hui, iwi, kai, kia ora, Pākeha, whānau).
For a guide to capitalisation see:
Submit in Te Reo Māori
E āhei ana koe te tuhi i ō aromatawai ki Te Reo Māori. Ko tā Te Rau Tauawhi he āwhina i ngā tauira Māori ki te tuku aromatawatai ki Te Reo Māori, ki te tautoko hoki i ngā āhuatanga whakarite tuhinga, wetewete pātai, whakarārangi tohutoro me te whakawhanake i ō hononga ki ngā kaiako, ki te hunga āwhina tauira o te whare wānanga anō hoki.
Tuku –īmēra mai ki firstname.lastname@example.org, toro atu rānei ki tō mātou whārangi ipurangi ki http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/maori/get-help/current-students/maori-student-centre/maori-student-centre_home.cfm.
You are most welcome to write your assignments in Te Reo Māori. The Te Rau Tauawhi Māori Student Centre can help you to submit your assignment in Te Reo Māori and also provide general assignment structure support, breaking down the question, referencing and facilitating access to lecturers or other support services at Massey.
Email us at email@example.com or visit our webpage http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/maori/get-help/current-students/maori-student-centre/maori-student-centre_home.cfm for more info.
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