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Haʻawina ʻUmikūmālua: Basic Sentences


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ʻEhia ou makahiki?
How old are you? (How many your years?)
(He) ʻumikūmālima oʻu makahiki.
I'm 15 years old. (15 my years.)
ʻEhia a ʻolua keiki?
How many children do you (two) have?
ʻEono a māua keiki.
We have six children.
ʻEhia keiki a ka hiapo?
How many children does the eldest have?
ʻElima a Luika keiki, a ʻelua keiki a Pua.
Luika has five children, and Pua has two children.
Hoʻokahi wale nō keiki a Lopaka.
Lopaka has only one child.
Nui kā ʻolua mau keiki.
You (two) have a lot of children.
Nui ka pilikia o nā haumana.
The students have a lot of trouble.
E hele ana au i ka hale o koʻu kaikunāne.
I'm going to my brother's house.
ʻAʻohe o ʻolua māla pua?
Don't you have a flower garden?
ʻO kou lā hānau ʻēhia kēia?
This is your "how many" birthday?
Hū ka pipiʻi o ka ʻopihi!
Wow, how expensive the ʻopihi is!