Learning To Speak Hawaiian: The language of the Aloha State

Made sense to you? Share it now!
Share

If you’re not one of the 8,000 people worldwide who speaks fluent Hawaiian, not to worry. Learning a new language can seem intimidating at first, especially when one of the eight consonants resembles a reversed apostrophe. But learning a few words and phrases is always a good idea when traveling somewhere new. And we’re here to help. Whether you are looking forward to surfing the state’s well-known waves or taking in the area’s Polynesian culture at a luau, this crash course in the language of the Aloha State will prepare you for your next Hawaiian adventure. You can tell us mahalo later.

 

View Source

Originally posted 2017-01-01 14:34:31.

Made sense to you? Share it now!
Share
Not shareable enough? READ  The 21 types of people you should avoid at the airport

About The Author

Related posts

Share
Share

Not something you could not wait to read?

Drop that.

Try a random editor's pick from iTSiNFOGRAPHICS.com's 16k+ colorful collection, or scroll thru our infographic tweets, pins or instagram posts! We always have

something to open your eyes, if not make your day.

 

Dig "iN"