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Ka Lei Ha Aheo

Author: Alberta Pualani Hopkins
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824812591
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Ka Lei Ha' aheo: Beginning Hawaiian is a culturally oriented Hawaiian language textbook. Its grammar lessons include the relationship between the language and the Hawaiian world view. The book's dialogs are drawn from contemporary Hawaiian family life. Extensive classroom testing was used in developing Ka Lei Ha' aheo. Although it was designed for college use, it is also a handy resource for high schools and individuals, particularly because its companion volume, Ka Lei Ha' aheo: Teacher Guide and Answer Key provides English translations and answers to the exercises. The text's lively appeal is further enhanced with line drawings.

Ka Lei Ha Aheo

Author: Alberta Pualani Hopkins
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ISBN: 9780824813727
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Ka Lei Ha'aheo is a culturally oriented Hawaiian language resource. Extensive classroom testing was used in developing the text and although it was designed for college use, high schools and individuals also will find it very useful.

Learn Hawaiian At Home

Author: Kahikāhealani Wight
Publisher: Bess Press
ISBN: 9781880188217
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Learn Hawaiian at Home is a user-friendly introduction to one of the most beautiful languages in the world. This durable, economical package includes a book and two audio cassettes, emphasizing the unique approach this program takes by including songs, written passages, and several dialogs for each chapter. Vocabulary, useful phrases, homework, dialogs, self-tests, answer key, and glossaries provide structured, self-paced lessons that are reinforced by guided practice in pronunciation.

Hawaiian Grammar

Author: Samuel H. Elbert
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824824891
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Without question, this is the definitive grammar of the Hawaiian language. Indeed it is the first attempt at a comprehensive treatment of the subject since W.D. Alexander published his concise Short Synopsis of the Most Essential Points in Hawaiian Grammar in 1864. This grammar is intended as a companion to the Hawaiian Dictionary, by the same authors. The grammar was written with every student of the Hawaiian language in mind - from the casual interested layperson to the professional linguist and grammarian. Although it was obviously impossible to avoid technical terms, their use was kept to a minimum, and a glossary is included for those who need its help. Each point of grammar is illustrated with examples, many from Hawaiian-language literature.

E Kama Ilio Hawai I Kakou

Author: Dorothy M. Kahananui
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824802837
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Let's Speak Hawaiian is a comprehensive Hawaiian language course intended for use at the secondary school and college levels. In this second edition the text continues to answer the need for new methods and materials in language instruction and presents extensive research on the Hawaiian language. It is composed almost entirely of material that has been tested in classroom situations; it employs the aural-oral method and emphasizes the development of conversational skills through dialogues and drills. Hawaiian and English texts are on separate pages to aid in rendering the student's first language inoperative. These methods, together with memorization and drill, will help the student more readily to achieve fluency in Hawaiian, unhampered by English. The text includes directed responses, questions and answers, short narratives, pattern practice, conversations, and material for practice in tenses, sentence expansion, and comparative forms. This new edition also offers more comprehensive illustrations and explanations of word usage and syntax, based on the most recent and most authoritative Hawaiian language definitions.Inquiries concerning tapes to accompany this text should be addressed to: Audio Forum, 96 Broad Street, S. LA-4C, Guilford, Connecticut 06437.

Plants In Hawaiian Culture

Author: Beatrice H. Krauss
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824812256
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This introduction to the ethnobotany of the Hawaiian culture before contact with foreigners describes the plants themselves, preparation and uses of plant materials, and how the plants and artifacts made from them were used as food, canoes, houses, wearing apparel, musical instruments, medicine, and

Place Names Of Hawaii

Author: Mary Kawena Pukui
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824805241
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How many place names are there in the Hawaiian Islands? Even a rough estimate is impossible. Hawaiians named taro patches, rocks, trees, canoe landings, resting places in the forests, and the tiniest spots where miraculous events are believed to have taken place. And place names are far from static--names are constantly being given to new houses and buildings, streets and towns, and old names are replaced by new ones. It is essential, then, to record the names and the lore associated with them now, while Hawaiians are here to lend us their knowledge. And, whatever the fate of the Hawaiian language, the place names will endure. The first edition of Place Names of Hawaii contained only 1,125 entries. The coverage is expanded in the present edition to include about 4,000 entries, including names in English. Also, approximately 800 more names are included in this volume than appear in the second edition of the Atlas of Hawaii.

The Kumulipo

Author: Martha Warren Beckwith
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824807719
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"A rare find in ancient Hawaiian literature, a Hawaiian composition not only rich in its poetic power but an authentic source of information concerning pre-European Hawaiian religion, mythology, and way of life... Beckwith rightly compares it to the Greek creation chants and Genesis in the Bible." --Pacific Islands Monthly The Kumulipo is the sacred creation chant of a family of Hawaiian alii, or ruling chiefs. Composed and transmitted entirely in the oral tradition, its 2000 lines provide an extended genealogy proving the family's divine origin and tracing the family history from the beginning of the world.

The Hawaiian Sentence Book

Author: Robert Lokomaika Iokalani Snakenberg
Publisher: Bess Press
ISBN: 9780935848441
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Expanding on the Hawaiian Word Book (page 18), these lessons build on the vocabulary by introducing grammatical patterns.

Kauai

Author: Edward Joesting
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824811624
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Here finally is a readable, thoroughly researched, and generously illustrated history of the island of Kauai. Edward Joesting tells for the first time the story of one of the most intriguing and least known of the Hawaiian Islands. His account begins with the prehistoric origins of the island and concludes with the annexation of Hawaii in 1898.Kauai describes the early emergence of Kauai as an island separate and distinctive from the other islands of Hawaii. It recounts the coming of Western man, the failure of King Kamehameha to conquer the island, and the ultimate incorporation of the island into the Hawaiian kingdom. Joesting also includes in his story the destructive impact of the sandalwood and whaling trades, and the subsequent rise of an economy based on sugar cultivation. His story comes to an end with the demise of the Hawaiian monarchy and the quiet revolution that occurred when Hawaii became a territory of the United States.Historical documents not previously used bring new information and fresh perspectives to this book. The result is a level-headed, engaging look at Kauai. Kauai: The Separate Kingdom is certain to become the authoritative history of the island long regarded by many as the most beautiful in the Hawaiian archipelago.