“Small things bring about big changes” mwt
The following newspaper article at Stuff.co.nz featured a debate about the use of marcons in te reo Maori pronunciation.
How important is a macron, if at all, to the Māori language? It is critical in both oral and written text.
Quick quiz: which one of the following means ‘the’ and which one means ‘not’?
How do you know which one is which? What is the sound each one would make? Do you think it’s important to have a system like macrons and why? Is there another system that can be used instead of macronisation?