Flashcards in Mokuna 22 Nā ʻŌlelo Pōkole Deck (24):
Ours is only to bend down.
He kūlou wale iho nō kā kākou.
...when the boy cooked the fish
...i ke kuke ʻana o ke keiki i ka iʻa
It's hard to take out the limu.
He hana nui ka wehe ʻana aʻe i ka limu.
...after he/she eats the fish, ...after he/she ate the fish
...ma hope o kona ʻai ʻana aku i ka iʻa
I like to make laulau.
Makemake au i ka hana i ka laulau.
...when I was able to touch the hoop
...i ka hiki ʻana ke pā ka hupa iaʻu
Chickens are birds. They eat rice.
He manu ka moa. ʻAi ʻo ia i ka laiki.
i kēlā pule aku nei
...when the boy cooked the fish [ʻiae]
...i ke kuke ʻia ʻana o ka iʻa e ke keiki
We ate raw fish, limu, etc.
Ua ʻai mākou i ka iʻa maka, ka limu, a pēlā aku.
Bathe, brush your teeth, and so on.
E ʻauʻau ʻoukou, palaki niho, a pēlā aku.
...when Lei comes/arrives, ...when Lei came/arrived
...i ka hiki ʻana mai o Lei
...when I was able to see the house
...i ka hiki ʻana iaʻu ke ʻike i ka hale
always, every time, at all times
i nā manawa a pau
The chickens from over there are crowing. They are eating.
Ke kani nei nā moa o ʻō. Ke ʻai nei lākou.
I want to make laulau.
Makemake au e hana i ka laulau.
i kēia pule aʻe
...when the boy cooked the fish [ʻaʻano]
...i ka moʻa ʻana o ka iʻa i ke keiki
She did not know that I could sing.
ʻAʻole ʻo ia i ʻike i ka hiki iaʻu ke hīmeni.
after, later, by and by, afterward
...before I got this car
...ma mua o ka loaʻa ʻana o kēia kaʻa iaʻu
My sister them helped.
Ua kōkua mai koʻu kaikuahine a pēlā aku.
Kaʻuhane them helped.
Ua kōkua ʻo Kaʻuhane mā.