Nonoʻa Quiz on Kinoʻō and Kinoʻā #1

This is a great little quiz if you already know Hawaiian pronouns (papani) and are wanting to test yourself on discerning “a-class” from “o-class” things. Try it and see how you do!

Memeʻa Quiz #5

This quiz is the third of three in which you have to figure out which words should be used to complete the sentences shown. It’s a good challenge!

Memeʻa Quiz #4

This quiz is the second of three in which you have to figure out which words should be used to complete the sentences shown and is best for students who already know some basic sentence patterns. We know you can do this!

Memeʻa Quiz #3

This quiz is the first of three in which you have to figure out which words should be used to complete the sentences shown. This is best for students who already know some basic sentence patterns.

Memeʻa Quiz #2

This is the second of two quizzes that will test your understanding of the four types of “memeʻa” words, as well as the vocabulary from Lesson 0604V. Good luck!

Memeʻa Quiz #1

This quiz will text your knowledge of the four types of words classified as “memeʻa” (ʻaʻano, kikino, hamani, hehele). You will also need to know the vocabulary from Lesson 0604V! Have fun!

Cumulative Quiz #1 for Kaʻi

A cumulative assessment of your knowledge of kaʻi words up to this point. Included are ka, ke, kēlā, kēia, kēnā, he, and kekahi.

Ka and Ke Quiz #1

A short and fun quiz requiring you to test your knowledge of the “KEAO” rule of the kaʻi “ka” and “ke”.

0602G Kaʻi #2 Lesson Worksheet

Continue to learn more kaʻi in Hawaiian and kaʻi + memeʻa sequences; practice with a set of examples in a PDF worksheet.

0699R Hawaiian Parts of Speech

Look up the terms we use when talking about Hawaiian grammar and learn about their functions. Compare common English parts of speech and their approximate Hawaiian equivalents.