Level 25 in Hawaiian-for-English course!
Aloha! I have finally earned both Level 25 and a golden tree!
I practiced a lot with conjugations and sentences to learn how to speak Hawaiian. After all that hard work on Duolingo, I learned a lot about the structure and how to independently express sentences. However, I am hoping that there are more skills and levels to work on, so I can progress even more. Hawaiian stories and lab are both pluses for the course!
In short, I find the tree to be a decent course for Hawaiian starters and those who want to refresh their skills. Besides Duolingo and outside resources (songs, books and resources), there are a lot more to discover and also to learn!
Very nice! I'm from Hawaii and I think it's awesome you took such an interest to the language. Can you write paragraphs in Hawaiian yet?
Yes, but not at a very high level. I still need to work on my vocabularies because some of them are long to memorize! More likely, I can express an introduction paragraph. :)
Probably coming in late on this, but are there any books you would recommend? I’m also having a tough time finding music on Spotify. Haven’t tried local record stores though
Although not in Hawaiian, Molokai by Alan Brennert has a lot of Hawaiian vocabulary and culture in addition to being an amazing book!