PEPEKE NONOʻA ME KA HUAHELU
(slide 5, 7, 10, 12)
(Grammar Link): https://www.slideshare.net/malama777/huahelu
I had the exact answer word for word and it was considered wrong!
That's the second time I heard the speaker pronouncing a word where an "l" follows an "a" and in followed by an "a" as if the first "a" didn't exist:
"palaka" is pronounced "plaka".
Is that how it needs to be pronounced?
In England it would be considered wrong to answer without 'any'.
E.g 'I don't have shirts' is not gramatically right we would say 'I don't have any shirts'
why is shirt plural