Numbers Quiz: Matching 0 to 10

Quiz 0502-Q1

Numbers 1-10 Match. Select one item on the right to match the number on the left.

1. Match each of the following.
lima
six

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seven

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five

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eight

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ono
six

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seven

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five

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eight

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hiku
six

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seven

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five

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eight

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walu
six

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seven

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five

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eight

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Question 1 of 8

2. Match each of the following.
ʻole
seven

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three

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zero

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five

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one

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kahi
seven

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three

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zero

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five

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one

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kolu
seven

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three

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zero

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five

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one

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lima
seven

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three

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zero

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five

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one

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hiku
seven

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three

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zero

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five

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one

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Question 2 of 8

3. Match each of the following.
kahi
three

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four

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one

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two

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lua
three

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four

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one

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two

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kolu
three

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four

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one

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two

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three

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four

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one

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two

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Question 3 of 8

4. Match each of the following.
kolu
three

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four

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six

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five

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three

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four

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six

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five

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lima
three

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four

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six

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five

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ono
three

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four

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six

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five

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Question 4 of 8

5. Match each of the following.
lua
six

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four

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two

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eight

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six

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four

Unselect

two

Unselect

eight

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ono
six

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four

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two

Unselect

eight

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walu
six

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four

Unselect

two

Unselect

eight

Unselect

Question 5 of 8

6. Match each of the following.
lua
eight

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four

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six

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two

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ten

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eight

Unselect

four

Unselect

six

Unselect

two

Unselect

ten

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ono
eight

Unselect

four

Unselect

six

Unselect

two

Unselect

ten

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walu
eight

Unselect

four

Unselect

six

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two

Unselect

ten

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ʻumi
eight

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four

Unselect

six

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two

Unselect

ten

Unselect

Question 6 of 8

7. Match each of the following.
ʻole
eight

Unselect

zero

Unselect

ten

Unselect

seven

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hiku
eight

Unselect

zero

Unselect

ten

Unselect

seven

Unselect

walu
eight

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zero

Unselect

ten

Unselect

seven

Unselect

ʻumi
eight

Unselect

zero

Unselect

ten

Unselect

seven

Unselect

Question 7 of 8

8. Match each of the following.
six

Unselect

four

Unselect

ten

Unselect

eight

Unselect

ono
six

Unselect

four

Unselect

ten

Unselect

eight

Unselect

walu
six

Unselect

four

Unselect

ten

Unselect

eight

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ʻumi
six

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four

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ten

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eight

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Question 8 of 8


 

Sentence Comprehension Quiz #1

This quiz is for students who know some basic Pepeke sentence patterns.

Your goal is to read the English prompt for each question and then decide which of the given answers best matches the prompt.

The patterns included are the following:

  • “something is somewhere or somewhen” (Pepeke Henua)
  • “something is in a particular state or condition” (Pepeke Painu ʻAʻano)
  • “something is doing something” (Pepeke Painu Hamani/Hehele)

We hope you enjoy this fairly easy quiz which is the first in a set of “sentence comprehension” quizzes.

Please go to Sentence Comprehension Quiz #1 to view this quiz

Memeʻa Quiz #5

This quiz is the third of three which will test (1) your ability to understand basic Hawaiian sentences, and (2) to add the correct missing word in each sentence from the answers provided. This quiz is best suited, therefore, for students who already know some basic Pepeke sentence patterns.

This quiz is one step more difficult than Memeʻa Quiz #4 because we have left out some of the helpful pictures in order that you focus on the written language to get a feeling of the context.

The patterns included are the following:

  • “something is somewhere or somewhen” (Pepeke Henua)
  • “something is in a particular state or condition” (Pepeke Painu ʻAʻano)
  • “something is doing something” (Pepeke Painu Hamani/Hehele)

We are sure you will have fun figuring out which memeʻa you should use to fill in the gap in each sentence prompt. Read the sentences out loud to yourself and try to get a feeling for where the poʻo, piko, and ʻawe are.

The vocabulary is drawn from lesson 0604V Memeʻa Content Words. There is no English translation for the sentence prompts, so if you need help working out the meanings, refer to the Wehewehe Wikiwiki dictionary portal.

Uihā! E kau ma ka lio a holo!

Please go to Memeʻa Quiz #5 to view this quiz

Memeʻa Quiz #4

This quiz is the second of three which will test (1) your ability to understand basic Hawaiian sentences, and (2) to add the correct missing word in each sentence from the answers provided. This quiz is best suited, therefore, for students who already know some basic Pepeke sentence patterns.

The patterns practiced are the following:

  • “something is somewhere or somewhen” (Pepeke Henua)
  • “something is in a particular state or condition” (Pepeke Painu ʻAʻano)
  • “something is doing something” (Pepeke Painu Hamani/Hehele)

We are sure you will have fun figuring out which memeʻa you should use to fill in the gap in each sentence prompt. Read the sentences out loud to yourself and try to get a feeling for where the poʻo, piko, and ʻawe are. Use the pictures to help you with context.

The vocabulary is drawn from lesson 0604V Memeʻa Content Words. There is no English translation for the sentence prompts, so if you need help working out the meanings, refer to the Wehewehe Wikiwiki dictionary portal.

Uihā! He hana hoʻonanea ke aʻo ʻōlelo ʻana!

Please go to Memeʻa Quiz #4 to view this quiz

Memeʻa Quiz #3

This quiz is the first of three which will test (1) your ability to understand basic Hawaiian sentences, and (2) to add the correct missing word in each sentence from the answers provided. This quiz is best suited, therefore, for students who already know some basic Pepeke sentence patterns.

The patterns practiced are the following:

  • “something is somewhere or somewhen” (Pepeke Henua)
  • “something is in a particular state or condition” (Pepeke Painu ʻAʻano)
  • “something is doing something” (Pepeke Painu Hamani/Hehele)

We are sure you will have fun figuring out which memeʻa you should use to fill in the gap in each sentence prompt. Read the sentences out loud to yourself and try to get a feeling for where the poʻo, piko, and ʻawe are. Use the pictures to help you with context.

The vocabulary is drawn from lesson 0604V Memeʻa Content Words. There is no English translation for the sentence prompts, so if you need help working out the meanings, refer to the Wehewehe Wikiwiki dictionary portal.

Uihā! E nanea i ka hana!

Please go to Memeʻa Quiz #3 to view this quiz

Memeʻa Quiz #2

This is the second of two quizzes that will test your understanding of the four types of words that make up the memeʻa grouping you learned about in 0604V Memeʻa Content Words. These include ʻaʻano, kikino, hamani, and hehele. You should view that video lesson if you have no idea what I am talking about. You will also need to know the vocabulary from that lesson in order to answer correctly. Good luck!
Please go to Memeʻa Quiz #2 to view this quiz

Memeʻa Quiz #1

This is the first of two quizzes that will test your understanding of the four types of words that make up the memeʻa grouping you learned about in 0604V Memeʻa Content Words. These include ʻaʻano, kikino, hamani, and hehele. You should view that video lesson if you have no idea what I am talking about. You will also need to know the vocabulary from that lesson in order to answer correctly. Have fun!
Please go to Memeʻa Quiz #1 to view this quiz

Greetings and Numbers (OOVC-CH1 2020-11-02)

This lesson covers some simple greetings which are useful every day, as well as the numbers from zero to ten in Hawaiian. Also discussed is the distinction between numbers for counting to oneself and numbers for summarizing quantity.

Video Outline

  1. Some useful greetings and other short expressions
  2. Online resource to allow you to listen to native speaker greetings (Kaniʻāina)
  3. Numbers from zero to ten

Length: 55 minutes

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