Honolulu, Hawaii — You may be able to read the Hawaiian language fluently, but if you can’t, here’s a few tips to make it easier on yourself: Use the right dictionary When learning to read Hawaiian, you’ll need a dictionary that has a word for “leaf.”
If you’re a native Hawaiian, this will help you understand the words better.
If you don’t have a dictionary, use a reference to help you memorize words.
For example, if you have an older friend, a copy of the Hawaiian Book of the Dead is a good reference.
If not, a friend can teach you the alphabet.
Also, look for books with a few of the words in the dictionary.
These will help with remembering and understanding the meanings.
Look for Hawaiian language landmarks This is another tip that will help your comprehension.
Many of the most popular landmarks in the Hawaiian islands are written in the language.
If the words aren’t spelled out in a Hawaiian word, it’s usually best to look for a dictionary to find the Hawaiian words.
Learn about Hawaiian history You can learn more about the Hawaiian people and culture by learning about their history.
You can find out more about what it means to be a Hawaiian at www.hawaii.gov/history.
Read more about Hawaiian language learning Learn to speak Hawaiian with your Hawaiian friend Find out more at www,hawaii-state.gov.
The language of Hawaii is spoken by approximately 7.5 million people, but more than 80 percent of Hawaiians do not speak the language, so it’s important to learn the language so you can better understand and understand Hawaiian.