0801P Pepeke Henua Practice #2

Extended vocabulary for haʻawina (homework)

the chair ka noho
his/her father kona makuakāne
the cup ke kīʻaha
the window ka pukaaniani
the dog ka ʻīlio
the bed ka moe
the cat ka pōpoki


Translate the following sentences into Hawaiian using Pepeke Henua and the extended vocabulary provided above. Remember and refer to the vocabulary and explanation of the “poʻo-piko-ʻawe” structure explained in V0801.
  1. The girl is with her father.
  2. His mother is in the house.
  3. The cup is on the table.
  4. The dog is on the chair.
  5. The boy is on the bed.
  6. The book is in the car.
  7. Where is the school?
  8. The cat is at the window.
Translate the following sentences into English.
  1. Aia ka pōpoki i hea?
  2. Aia ka puke ma ke kula.
  3. Aia ke keiki me ke kaikamahine.
  4. Aia ka ʻīlio i ka moe.
  5. Aia kona makuahine ma ke kaʻa.
  6. Aia kona makuakāne ma ka pukaaniani.
  7. Aia ke pākaukau i ka hale.
  8. Aia ke kīʻaha ma ka noho.

Nā Haʻina (The Answers)

* Note that when translating from English to Hawaiian, “in”, “on”, and “at” can generally be “i” or “ma” when used referring to a place or time (e.g. “in my house”, “at 4 o’clock”, or “on the road”). English to Hawaiian (the poʻo, piko, and ʻawe have been separated for clarity)
  1. Aia / ke kaikamahine / me kona makuakāne
  2. Aia / kona makuahine / ma ka hale.
  3. Aia / ke kīʻaha / i ke pākaukau.
  4. Aia / ka ʻīlio / ma ka noho.
  5. Aia / ke keiki / ma ka moe.
  6. Aia / ka puke / i ke kaʻa.
  7. Aia / ke kula / i hea?
  8. Aia / ka pōpoki / ma ka pukaaniani.
Hawaiian to English
  1. Where is the cat?
  2. The book is at school.
  3. The boy is with the girl.
  4. The dog is on the bed.
  5. His mother is in the car.
  6. His father is at the window.
  7. The table is in the house.
  8. The cup is on the chair.
We hope you have enjoyed this practice!

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