A listing of Hawaiian words still heard and used today by speakers of Hawaiian Creole English (Pidgin English).
Learn how the ʻokina (glottal stop) is represented in Hawaiian, how to write it, and a little about its written history. Compare the ʻokina character to other characters which look very similar.
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.
See some photographs of your kumu (teacher), Kaliko Trapp.