"He ʻuala ʻono kēia."

Translation:This is delicious sweet potato.

1 month ago

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What is the difference (in Hawaiian) between "this is delicious sweet potato" and "this sweet potato is delicious"?

2 weeks ago

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He 'uala 'ono keia vs 'Ono keia 'uala

6 days ago

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Since the sentence is indefinite, could this also be translated as "these are delicious sweet potatoes?"

1 month ago

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No. that would be: He mau 'uala 'ono keia. "Mau" is a plural marker used after "he" and "kekahi"

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Aaah, that's good to know. Thank you.

1 month ago

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You are very welcome!

1 month ago
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