"You are happy."

Translation:Hauʻoli ʻoe.

11/8/2018, 9:30:17 PM


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Beginner here. If "Maika'i 'oe?" is "Are you good/well?", and "Hau'oli 'oe," is "You are happy," is the only difference between the question and the statement the punctuation and intonation? In other words, could I make a statement or a question out of either of these simply by tacking on a question mark or a period without changing the word order as we often do in English? Mahalo

11/8/2018, 9:30:17 PM

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Yes, the sole difference is intonation/punctuation.

11/15/2018, 3:34:15 PM


I was stuck here. The clue suggested a different sentence structure altogether. I'll still learn from it but I think the clues need a double check as they've tripped me up a few times.

11/30/2018, 2:54:32 AM


Some questions accept my typed apostrophe for the 'okina; this one apparently did for hau'oli but did not for 'oe.

1/27/2019, 8:22:37 PM
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