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PEPEKE PAINU
HAW 101
PEPEKE PAINU W/KA`I
QUALITY/TRAIT KA`I PERSON/PLACE/THING.
ka`i person/place/thing is quality/trait
• The water is cold. C...
PEPEKE PAINU W/I`OA
QUALITY/TRAIT `o I`OA (PROPER NOUN).
I`oa (proper noun) is quality/trait.
• Lani is pretty. Pretty Lan...
PEPEKE PAINU W/PAPANI
QUALITY/TRAIT PAPANI (Pronoun)
Papani (Pronoun) is quality/trait.
• You are smart. Smart you. Akamai...
H `OLE: PEPEKE PAINUŌ
• To negate this sentence, simply put `A`ole in front of the k huluā
(adjective) as in the following...
H `OLE: PEPEKE PAINUŌ
W/PAPANI
• The only exception is when the piko, or subject is a papani
(pronoun such as I, you or he...
IMPORTANT REMINDERS
PEPEKE PAINU & `AWE
• Unlike the pepeke henua, the pepeke painu does not need an `awe. (You
learned about `awe in the Pepe...
`O REMINDERS
PEPEKE PAINU?
• Akamai `o ia. He/she is smart.
Akamai `o ia? Is he/she smart?
• Kaulana k l keiki.ē ā That (f) child is fa...
PEPEKE PAINU W/K HULUĀ
• You may add a k hulu (adjective) to the po`oā
of the sentence as shown below:
• U`i loa k l wahin...
PEPEKE PAINU w/K HULUĀ
• You may add a k hulu (adjective) to the noun.ā
As we learned earlier this semester, it goes
AFTER...
PEPEKE HENUA VS. PEPEKE PAINU
• It is important to recognize the difference between Pepeke Henua (locational
sentences) an...
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Pepeke painu

  1. 1. PEPEKE PAINU HAW 101
  2. 2. PEPEKE PAINU W/KA`I QUALITY/TRAIT KA`I PERSON/PLACE/THING. ka`i person/place/thing is quality/trait • The water is cold. Cold the water. Anuanu ka wai. • The ball is big. Big the ball. Nui ke kinip p .ō ō • Her hair is long. Long her hair. L `ihi kona lauoho.ō • That dog is black. Black that dog. `Ele`ele k l ` lio.ē ā ī • My friend is smart. Smart my friend. Akamai ko`u hoaaloha. • Your car is old. Old your car. Kahiko kou ka`a. • His pencil is short. Short his pencil. P kole k na penikalaō ā
  3. 3. PEPEKE PAINU W/I`OA QUALITY/TRAIT `o I`OA (PROPER NOUN). I`oa (proper noun) is quality/trait. • Lani is pretty. Pretty Lani. U`i `o Lani. • Kona is hot. Hot Kona. Wela `o Kona. • Kalani is strong. Strong Kalani. Ikaika `o Kalani. • Mele is smart. Smart Mele. Akamai `o Mele.
  4. 4. PEPEKE PAINU W/PAPANI QUALITY/TRAIT PAPANI (Pronoun) Papani (Pronoun) is quality/trait. • You are smart. Smart you. Akamai `oe. • I am cold. Cold I. Anuanu wau. • He is tired. Tired he. Luhi `o ia. • We are hungry. Hungry we. P loli m kou.ō ā
  5. 5. H `OLE: PEPEKE PAINUŌ • To negate this sentence, simply put `A`ole in front of the k huluā (adjective) as in the following examples: English Hawaiian Thinking (Pidgin) Po`o Piko • The water is not cold. Not cold the water. `A`ole anuanu ka wai. • The ball is not big. Not big the ball. `A`ole nui ke kinip p .ō ō • Her hair is not long. Not long her hair. `A`ole l `ihi konaō lauoho. • That dog is not black. Not black that dog. `A`ole `ele`ele k l ` lio.ē ā ī • My friend is not smart. Not smart my friend. `A`ole akamai ko`u hoaaloha. • Your car is not old. Not old your car. `A`ole kahiko kou ka`a. • His pencil is not short. Not short his pencil. `A`ole p kole k naō ā penikala. • Lani is not pretty. Not pretty Lani. `A`ole u`i `o Lani.
  6. 6. H `OLE: PEPEKE PAINUŌ W/PAPANI • The only exception is when the piko, or subject is a papani (pronoun such as I, you or he/she). When the piko is a papani, it should come directly after `A`ole as shown below: English Hawaiian • You are not ugly. `A`ole `oe pupuka. • I am not skinny. `A`ole wau w w .ī ī • He is not nice. `A`ole `o ia `olu`olu.
  7. 7. IMPORTANT REMINDERS
  8. 8. PEPEKE PAINU & `AWE • Unlike the pepeke henua, the pepeke painu does not need an `awe. (You learned about `awe in the Pepeke Henua lecture). As a reminder, an `awe is the part of the sentence that begins with an `ami (me, ma, i). The `awe part of the sentence indicates when, where, or with whom someone or something is. You may, however, choose to add an `awe to the sentence for further description. • That (f) car on the road is white. Ke`oke`o k l ka`a ma ke alanui.ē ā • My friend at school is smart. Akamai ko`u hoaaloha ma ke kula. *Remember that you need a ka`i before kula even if it sounds funny to say at the school in English.
  9. 9. `O REMINDERS
  10. 10. PEPEKE PAINU? • Akamai `o ia. He/she is smart. Akamai `o ia? Is he/she smart? • Kaulana k l keiki.ē ā That (f) child is famous. Kaulana k l keiki?ē ā Is that (f) child famous?
  11. 11. PEPEKE PAINU W/K HULUĀ • You may add a k hulu (adjective) to the po`oā of the sentence as shown below: • U`i loa k l wahine.ē ā That (f) woman is very beautiful. • L `ihi loa ka`u keiki.ō My child is very tall. • `Ano p kole k ia mo`olelo.ō ē This story is kind of short.
  12. 12. PEPEKE PAINU w/K HULUĀ • You may add a k hulu (adjective) to the noun.ā As we learned earlier this semester, it goes AFTER the noun as shown below: – Ma alahi k ia ha awina p kole.ʻ ē ʻ ō This short lesson is easy. – Nui k u eke poni.ā ʻ Your purple bag is big.
  13. 13. PEPEKE HENUA VS. PEPEKE PAINU • It is important to recognize the difference between Pepeke Henua (locational sentences) and Pepeke Painu (descriptive sentences). Study the following pairs of sentences: • ` kala ka`u penikala ma ke p kaukau.Ā ā My pencil on the table is pink. • Aia ka`u penikala ` kala ma ke p kaukau.ā ā My pink pencil is on the table. • Nui loa ke kapa moe ma kona pela moe. The bedspread on his bed is large. • Aia ke kapa moe nui loa ma kona pela moe. The large bedspread is on his bed. • Tip: Look at what comes after “is” in English. If it is a descriptive word, then it is a Pepeke Painu. If it is followed by in, at, on or with, then it is a Pepeke Henua as it is telling you when/where something/someone is.

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