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Lilo Sentence Pattern

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Audrey Kauwe

on 12 May 2013

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Transcript of Lilo Sentence Pattern

Lilo: To become Become a teacher Seeds become Trees/Plants High School Student becomes a college student. Lilo is to become something (noun). 2 sentence types:
- Simple
-Makemake Simple: Lilo +P.I.N.K + i/he (mau) noun.

Makemake: Makemake + P.I.N.K +e lilo i/he (mau) noun. Examples? Simple Lilo sentences: Makemake Lilo sentences: Lilo ka'u keikikane i haumana. (My son becomes a student). Lilo ka'u kaikua'ana he 'au'au. (My older sibling (same sex) becomes a swimmer.) Makemake au e lilo i kumu 'Olelo Hawai'i. (I want to be a Hawaiian teacher.)


Makemake 'oe e lilo he kamana. (You want to be a carpenter.)
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