How to Pronounce LanaiTo pronounce Lanai
Then, you have okina watermelon (') which is a gloottal stroke -- kind of stroke in the back of your throat, where you pronounce what is on both sides of the stroke. As soon as you get the phonetic of it down, you don't have to study every single words -- you'll be able to pronounce everything.
In Hawaiian, too, remember that every character is spelled out.
It is a native of Hawaii and is based on an old previous Polish mother tongue. The Hawaiians are very proud of their native tongue and civilization and tend to forgive and welcome all the outcasts. Everyone who shows an interest in studying the country and its cultures tends to be hugged. Generally if you are speaking a Hawaiian term with a grin and Aloha, it's OK - you can't be mistaken.
First of all some basic principles of the Hwaiian langua. There are 5 a, i, y and z vocals and 7 equals a, i, p, w, h, c, i, n, me and n forming the whole of Hawaii. It is easier to pronounce words and their name if they are split into blocks of syllables. Occasionally the character W is spoken just like V as in the Hawai'i tradition of pronouncing phone-wise huh-vi-ee instead of huh-why-ee.
If you plan to go to the island, you should find out how to pronounce the following words, which are widely used: Welcome to all ( (including me) k?kouAloha). This is used by every flight to the airport. Name of the Airline Newspaper. HonuA tortoise - especially happy hunting in Hawaii. Frequently used on jewellery - especially the hairwaiian wristbands wore by WAWINE.
LanaiPorch, terrace or terrace. This is a cornerstone of the tradition of eating in Hawaii. But for Hawaiians, the term "Aloha" is very specific. With Hawaii, it is not just a salute or a phrase to say hello, farewell or greetings. There are other connotations, which include sympathy, charity, mercy.
So instead of a single phrase, it's more of a feel. Welcome to all ( (including me) k?kouAloha). This is used by every flight to the airport. These tables contain Hwaiian expressions of charity and tenderness as they can be said between loved ones or loved ones. Debates by Jessica Kaikaina from Hawaii.