11 ʻAukake 2016
We reviewed the previous lessons on papani and the pepeke painu. We learned how to use the pepeke ʻaike "ʻo" and "he" to tell what someone or something is, or who someone is. We learned how to use the kaʻi "kēia" (this), "kēnā" (that by you), and "kēlā" (that not by you). And finally, we learned some vocabulary and phrases related to food and eating!