"She does not like vegetables and fruits."
Translation:ʻAʻole ʻo ia makemake i ka lau ʻai a me ka hua ʻai.
From my native Hawaiian speaker friend:
nā lau 'ai a me nā hua 'ai is CORRECT
(when talking about plural vegetables and fruit)
Would "nā lau ʻai" and "nā hua ʻai" also be correct? The English words are in plural form; could the Hawaiian nouns also be in plural form?
I asked my native Hawaiian speaking friend about my question and this is the response:
nā lau 'ai and me nā hua 'ai
when talking about plural forms of vegetables and fruit