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1

We will / I will be right back.

He hoʻi mai koe (o mākou / oʻu).

2

They (two) have a big dog.

He ʻīlio nui kā lāua.

3

S/he has four dogs over there.

ʻEhā āna ʻīlio ma ʻō.

4

You folks have no fish.

ʻAʻohe ā ʻoukou iʻa.

5

Hina has a red hat.

He pāpale ʻulaʻula ko Hina.

6

S/he has a delicious fish.

He iʻa ʻono kāna.

7

I like your hat (that you are wearing).

Makemake au i kou pāpale.

8

ʻIwa has one uncle.

Hoʻokahi ʻanakala o ʻIwa.

9

S/he has no fish.

ʻAʻohe āna iʻa.

10

The men have two canoes.

ʻElua waʻa o nā kāne.

11

I have two shoes.

ʻElua oʻu kāmaʻa.

12

I have no hat.

ʻAʻohe oʻu pāpale.

13

How is that?

Pehea kēlā?

14

The men have canoes.

He mau waʻa ko nā kāne.

15

I have a long name (my parents decided to give me a long name).

He inoa lōʻihi koʻu.

16

Do you remember the difference?

Hoʻomaopopo ʻoe i ka ʻokoʻa?

17

Like this.

Me kēia.

18

S/he has a big dog.

He ʻīlio nui kāna.

19

Your child (that you gave birth to) is with my wife (that I married).

Aia kāu keiki me kaʻu wahine.

20

I am going to eat my food (that I chose to eat).

E ʻai ana au i kaʻu meaʻai.

21

This night is Hilo.

ʻO Hilo kēia pō.

22

What is this?

He aha kēia?

23

Like normal. / The usual.

E like me ka mau.

24

S/he has one child.

Hoʻokahi āna keiki.

25

I like your hat (that you made).

Makemake au i kāu pāpale.

26

You kind of got it?

Ua ʻano paʻa?

27

Let's take a look at some things that we take on the canoe.

E nānā paha kākou i kekahi mau mea e lawe ʻia ma ka waʻa.

28

You have (on) a brown shirt.

He paleʻili mākuʻe kou.

29

I have (on) a yellow pareu.

He pareu melemele koʻu.

30

We 3 have hats.

He mau pāpale ko kākou.

31

They have drinks in the cooler.

He mau meainu kā lākou ma ka pahu kula.

32

Pōmaikaʻi has two hats.

ʻElua pāpale o Pōmaikaʻi.

33

The boy has four dogs.

ʻEhā ʻīlio a ke keiki kāne.

34

ʻIwa has three friends.

ʻEkolu hoa o ʻIwa.

35

The boys have two coolers.

ʻElua pahu kula a nā keiki kāne.

36

Hōkūalakaʻi has one steering blade.

Hoʻokahi hoe uli o Hōkūalakaʻi.

37

The boy has four dogs.

ʻEhā ʻīlio a ke keiki kāne.

38

Is it more clear/understandable now/here?

Ke ʻano mōakāka ma ʻaneʻi?

39

They (3+) have 2 canoes.

ʻElua o lākou waʻa.

40

I have one blanket.

Hoʻokahi oʻu kapa moe.

41

We (3) have three water bottles.

ʻEkolu a kākou ʻōmole wai.

42

I have one red hat.

Hoʻokahi oʻu pāpale ʻulaʻula.

43

She has three towels.

ʻEkolu āna kāwele.

44

I have two knives.

ʻElua aʻu pahi.

45

Did that make sense?

Mōakāka kēlā?

46

For me/ personally ...

Noʻu iho...