0601G Kaʻi #1 Introductory Lesson Worksheet

PDF Lesson and Introduction to Kaʻi + Memeʻa Sequences

This lesson accompanies 0601V The Kaʻi Determiners #1: He, which you should watch in conjunction with this lesson.

Click on the link below to download the PDF. You may want to print it out and use it to write your answers on. Take the examples shown in the table at the bottom of the PDF and make your own table of kaʻi + memeʻa (article + noun) sequences using the kaʻi “he”.

Doing this exercise will be especially useful to you in a structure that you will learn later on which allows you to say “something is a something” (like “Kimo is a boy” or “The bird is an ʻapapane“). But more on that later; first get to this lesson!

Next Steps

When you are ready to move on and have completed both the video at 0601V The Kaʻi Determiners #1: He and this PDF worksheet, go on to enjoy 0602V The Kaʻi Determiners #2: Ka, Ke!

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Two comments on “0601G Kaʻi #1 Introductory Lesson Worksheet
  1. Aloha Etta Mae, I feel really excited about learning ʻOlelo Hawaiʻi too! I see that your post was nearly two years ago. Are you still involved? Some of us are just late bloomers, I guess. But better late than never, they say, and I agree!

  2. I’m so excited and I just started. I’m 77 years old and although I can pronounce the words and dance hula, I never learned to speak the language. I don’t know why I’m starting so late but I’m glad I started.

Pane mai

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