Translation:There are one thousand houses in Honolulu.
It seems that in this type of sentence with numbers (AIA) gets dropped.
Ka Leo ʻŌIWI | Episode 9
Click on link below to watch the video from time segment 10:19 to 12:07)
or from beginning at time segment 4:43
Ehia ʻāpala ma ʻaneʻi? = How many apples are here?
ʻElua ʻāpala ma ʻaneʻi. = There are two apples here.
Ehia maiʻa ma ʻaneʻi? = How many bananas are here?
ʻEhiku maiʻa ma ʻaneʻi. = There are seven bananas here.
ʻEhia ʻalani ma ʻō? = How many oranges are over there?
Hoʻokahi ʻalani ma ʻō. = There is one orange over there.
ʻEhia ʻalani ma ʻaneʻi? = How many oranges are here?
ʻAʻohe ʻalani ma ʻaneʻi. = There are no oranges here.
E ʻiwa, …………..
Hiki nō! = All right
E Pōmaikaʻi, ʻehia āpala ma ʻaneʻi? = Pōmaikaiʻi, how many apples are here?
ʻEkolu āpala ma ʻō. = There are three apples over there.
ʻEhia hua waina ma ʻō. = How many grapes are over there?
ʻUmikūmālua = Twelve
Maikaʻi loa! = Very good!
(End of video lesson 12:07)
(Grammar Link): https://youtu.be/A6QGxCE76To