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Aloha mai. 

We will start our two week ʻAina Kakahiaka section with a lesson we call Kau ʻEliʻeli, which means "to review. "  This includes reviewing the vocabulary, the ʻōlelo noʻeau, the oli and the hoʻolauna we have already learned.  This Hoʻolauna, along with a simple way to say your moʻokūʻauhau, which you will also learn should be memorized and included in your hōʻike.  During Pule 5 we will also learn how to say where something is, while Pule 6 will be our actual Cooking Breakfast experience and preparing for our hōʻike scheduled for pule 7.

Pule 6 Hoʻomākaukau ʻAi.pdf


(English to Hawaiian)


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