Nonoʻa Quiz on Kinoʻō and Kinoʻā #2

This is the second of two quizzes for all students who have learned about the difference between “Kinoʻō” and “Kinoʻā” possessives and the Hawaiian pronouns (papani). That is, you should understand the difference between “o-class” and “a-class” possessives.

Directions: basing your answer on the picture and the prompt, select the best answer from the selection shown.

1.
dog fetching his toyhis toy
2.
girl sitting on a chairher chair
3.
bedroommy bedroom
4.
girl hairyour hair
5.
girl walking with a bagher bag
6.
teachermy teacher
7.
boy giving flowers to his mothermy mother
8.
kids with bookour book (not including the person I'm talking to)
9.
telephoneher phone
10.
eyemy eye
11.
girl drinkingyour drink
12.
your clothesyour clothes
13.
girls playing ballher ball
14.
boys singinghis instruments
15.
various hatsthe hats that belong to us (all of us, including the person I'm talking to)
16.
househer house