Hele Au

Aloha kākou!

Ua hele au i koʻu hana i 4 Mei 2020. Maikaʻi koʻu hana. Kū kaʻawale ka hana no ka mea mai kolona. Hele au i koʻu hana ʻelima lā i pule.

ʻAno paʻa o Washington i kēia manawa. Wā hoʻokahi o King County. ʻAʻole pāʻina i kēia manawa. ʻAkamai ʻo Jay Inslee.

Hoʻolauleʻa au koʻu kulanui hoʻokōʻana i me koʻu mau hoa.

Hauʻoli loa au no koʻu kulanui hoʻokōʻana.

ʻAʻole maopopo au i he aha ka hana ma hope o mai kolona i me ka hana.

Maikaʻi ʻo ia.

Mahalo no heluhelu.

A hui hou!

Haunani

*Disclaimer: I am still a beginner in Hawaiian language learning and I am trying my best. If I make mistakes please let me know because I want to get better.

‘A‘ohe pau ka ‘ike i ka hālau ho‘okahi -Mary Kawena
All knowledge is not learned in just one school.

ʻEiwa ʻōlelo hou no ka pule:

  1. Lauʻai
  2. Huaʻai
  3. Ala (hoʻoala)
  4. Hoʻolilo
  5. ʻUala Kahiki
  6. Kūlina
  7. ʻAlekohola
  8. Maiʻa
  9. Palaoa

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