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Translation:Palaki au i koʻu niho i nā lā a pau.

June 9, 2019



Why is "i kēlā me kēia lā" not acceptable?


Palaki au i ko'u niho i kēlā me kēia lā - is accepted now


I have the same question as teelavoie. What is the difference between nā lā a pau and kēlā me kēia lā? (And I grew up in Hawaii).


Just curious. In English how does one differ between "each" and "every"? I've always used them interchangeably - but then, I'm from Texas so I'm never sure.


I'm from the kuaʻāina and I still don't know.


What's wrong with putting "E" In the beginning? there seems to be an inconsistency when it comes to whether or not this is used.


Imperative E

E is used before an action to signify a command or a suggestion. When you say, "E hele!", you're telling someone to "Go!"

Vocative E

E is used before a noun (usually a person) to indicate that the person is being addressed.

Ex. Mahalo, e Kawika. (Thanks, Kawika.) ➜ You are saying thanks to Kawika.

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