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"Baked bread is not tasty."

Translation:ʻAʻole ʻono ka palaoa puhi.

December 12, 2018



This sentence is terrible because baked bread is delicious!!


Not if you're gluten intolerant or it's burnt or lacking an ingredient. ;-)


I give up. When is it "he" and when is it "ka"? Just when i thought i had it figured out, It's all different again! =(


Doesn't "he"start a sentence. I think it's a generic "a (something)...is". So you wouldn't say "A baked bread is not delicious." Also, the negating word " 'a'ole" seems to come first, so that would displace the "he" and then you'd have to use "ka" later in the sentence.

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