Nā Papani

ʻAʻano

Iʻoa

KEAO

Pepeke Painu

Pipi Kū

100

I

au

200

you two

ʻolua

300

māua

we/us 2, not you

400

those 3+

lākou

500

Let's all speak Hawaiian!

E ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi kākou!

100

happy

hauʻoli

200

hot

wela

300

same as usual.

ʻo ia mau nō.

400

the water is freezing.

huʻihuʻi ka wai.

500

the students are smart!

akamai nā haumāna!

100

ʻoiaʻiʻo/ʻoiaʻiʻo ʻole (true/false)

iʻoa are usually written in lower case.

ʻoiaʻiʻo ʻole!

Iʻoa are usually capitalized.

200

what are iʻoa?

names of people or places (proper nouns)

300

Give 3 examples of iʻoa

Hilo

Kealoha

Kūhiō

400

Kona is hot.

Wela ʻo Kona.

500

Kamaka is excited!

Pīhoihoi ʻo Kamaka!

100

what are the two ways to translate the singular version of the word "the?"

"ke" and "ka"

200

the street

ke alanui

300

the color

ka waihoʻoluʻu

400

recite the KEAO rule

all words that start with k, e, a, or o use "ke," and all other words use "ka"

500

Give 2 examples of kūʻēlula (exceptions to the KEAO rule)

ke pākaukau

ke puna

ke ʻō

ke mele

100

I'm fine.

Maikaʻi au.

200

We (3+ all of us) are ready.

Mākaukau kākou.

300

Nani is nervous.

Haʻalulu ʻo Nani.

400

The song is great!

Maikaʻi loa ke mele!

500

The pepeke painu describes the condition or state of _________ or _________.

someone or something

100

recite the pīʻāpā ʻōiwi

a, e, i, o, u, hē, kē, lā, mū, nū, pī, wē, ʻokina

200

where are you from?

no hea mai ʻoe?

300

I live in Keauhou.

Noho au ma Keauhou.

400

Proverbs or poetical sayings that are commonly used when speaking Hawaiian are called ____________.

ʻōlelo noʻeau

500

Thank you for calling.

Mahalo kou kelepona ʻana mai.

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