Column: Aloha nō kahi keiki ‘ike ‘ole i ke ‘ai’

Synopsis: The Hawaiian language movement has produced a community of speakers that is heavily dependent on verbal constructions. This has obscured the development of certain nominal constructions that are much less complex and infinitely easier to acquire.

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