Where is the directional word "mai"?
No hea mai ʻoe? ka mea aʻu i lohe ai i koʻu wā ʻōpiopio
What is the English translation?
"No hea mai ʻoe? is what I heard in my young days." Iʻm guessing No hea ʻoe? as taught in duolingo is easier to start with. Down the road the use of mai/aku will find itʻs way into the lesson plan. Hawaiian isnʻt that easy IMO.
No - From/of
Hea - Where
'Oe - You
"Where are you from?"
Please correct me if I am wrong.
One of the words offered on the word tiles was "nominalizing". Not sure how often we will be using that in oUr translations :-)
That sounds like a mistake done while they are working on the back end.
nohea ʻoe = you are handsome x)
Oh boy, now its starting to get real... Gotta stay focused... Yeah, spanish version is easier because of audio grammer...
Isn't there a question mark symbol because I'm pretty sure it IS a question...
So "hea" means "where" preposition question, right?