Flashcards in Mokuna 23 Nā ʻŌlelo Pōkole Deck (28):
Yesterday is when Nani ate at four.
I nehinei i ʻai ai ʻo Nani i ka hola ʻehā.
Yes, he does.
ʻAe. Loaʻa nō.
Go to bed!
E hoʻi ʻoe e hiamoe!
I don't dance hula.
ʻAʻohe oʻu hula.
Yesterday is when I ate at four o'clock.
I nehinei au i ʻai ai i ka hola ʻehā.
E noho hāmau ʻoe!
Yesterday, I ate at four o'clock.
I nehinei, ua ʻai au i ka hola ʻehā.
Do you want fish or meat?
Makemake ʻoe i ka iʻa a i ʻole i ka pipi?
This laulau tastes good, yeah. (familiar)
ʻOno kēia laulau, ē.
I don't have a hula.
ʻAʻohe aʻu hula.
Did you go on Monday or Tuesday?
Ua hele ʻoe ma ka Poʻakahi a i ʻole ma ka Poʻalua?
E noho mālie!
This laulau tastes good, doesn't it. (somewhat polite)
ʻOno kēia laulau, ʻeā.
Hey! (somewhat polite)
Take your time and do a good job!
E hana mālie!
This flower comes in two kinds.
Loaʻa ʻelua ʻano o kēia pua.
Too loud because of you! Shut up!
Kulikuli iā ʻoe!
E hele mālie!
E hāmau ʻoe!
I must go.
Pono au e hele.
Does Santa Claus exist?
Loaʻa nō ʻo Kana Kaloka?
Her children don't eat candy.
ʻAʻohe ʻai o kāna mau keiki i ke kanakē.
This is how you should do it.
Me kēia ʻoe e hana ai.