Hoʻomaʻamaʻa “Nui”, Nonoʻa, and Iʻoahenua Combined Practice 1

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The meaning of "normal" and "compressed" for this form in regards to the possessives is illustrated below:

  1. ka hale o ka ʻīlio [NORMAL possessive]
  2. ko ka ʻīlio hale [COMPRESSED possessive]

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Translate these phrases using either the normal or compressed possessive structure

[NORMAL]
[COMPRESSED)
[NORMAL]
[COMPRESSED)
[NORMAL]
[COMPRESSED)

Translate these sentences using "Nui" at the beginning

Combine "Nui" and Normal or Compressed Possessives

[NUI + NORMAL)
.[NUI + COMPRESSED)
[Nui + COMPRESSED]
[NUI + NORMAL)

Translate the sentences using "Nui" and/or Possessives, and Iʻoahenua

[NUI + IʻOAHENUA]
[NUI + NORMAL + IʻOAHENUA]
[NUI + COMPRESSED + IʻOAHENUA]
[NUI + NORMAL + IʻOAHENUA]
[NUI + COMPRESSED + IʻOAHENUA]