Hawaiian Skill Tree Completion
Recently, after blood sweat and tears, I'm one of the few people who have gained completion of the rather hard Hawaiian skill tree. It was tough but so rewarding to finish. And a wonderful language to start learning too. So the Golden Skill Tree is next on the agenda. It's just on the horizon and if I do ever manage to gain that achievement. It'll be my first golden tree. Thanks to all the creators of the Hawaiian course to create this wonderful language I would of never dreamed of doing before! Have any stories of reaching any milestone and such? Feel free to post them here. I'd like to see someone who has got a Hawaiian golden tree. :) But anyway. I'm relived I've conquered the first hurdle. But more is yet to come, so overall. I'm astonished I did it (even though its a minor achievement).
All that we need is Tuttle Publishing to make Hawaiian language learning books. I have been collecting and reading their Tagalog and Japanese books for some time.
There already is a course book for Hawaiian Language - Nā Kai ʻEwalu. It is very easy to follow
No its not. But it is the standard book in which ALL Hawaiian language is taught from, including the basis of this ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi app.
maika'i ka hana - well done, I am working towards the golden tree. There are a few Hawaiian language learning books. I am trying to work through the E kama'ilio 'o-lelo Hawai'i book, which has some good information, but was meant for classroom use. I have heard the two Na- Kai 'Ewalu books might be good.
not the person you replied to but thanks for the info. I'm not at the point where I need outside material yet but I like to have some stuff lined up for when I get there.