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He kālailaina o ke kāhulu pepeke painu me ke kāhulu pepeke kālele ‘ākena a me ka ili ‘ana o ia mau kāhulu pepeke i loko o nā mo‘olelo ‘o Kalapana me Kaluaiko‘olau


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Abstract (summary)

This paper presents an analysis of verb phrase and actor emphatic relative clauses which occur in selected Hawaiian language and literary sources. Due to the lack of research on the use of kāhulu pepeke (relative clauses) in Hawaiian, this paper was written as a resource to be used by teachers, students, and others who are interested in learning about this grammatical form. Root sentences, verb and actor emphatic sentences, syntax, semantics, and the distribution of those kāhulu in Kalapana and Kaluaiko‘olau are analyzed. Besides producing new insight on relative clauses, this paper affirms the current pedagogy concerning this grammatical form used in Ka Haka ‘Ula o Ke‘elikōlani's Hawaiian language courses vis-a-vis the forms used by native speakers.

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Subject
Linguistics
Classification
0290: Linguistics
Identifier / keyword
Language, literature and linguistics, Hawaiian text
Title
He kālailaina o ke kāhulu pepeke painu me ke kāhulu pepeke kālele ‘ākena a me ka ili ‘ana o ia mau kāhulu pepeke i loko o nā mo‘olelo ‘o Kalapana me Kaluaiko‘olau
Author
Cabral, Jason D.
Number of pages
72
Publication year
2004
Degree date
2004
School code
1418
Source
MAI 42/06M, Masters Abstracts International
Place of publication
Ann Arbor
Country of publication
United States
Advisor
Wilson, William H.
University/institution
University of Hawai'i at Hilo
University location
United States -- Hawaii
Degree
M.A.
Source type
Dissertations & Theses
Language
Hawaiian
Document type
Dissertation/Thesis
Dissertation/thesis number
1419766
ProQuest document ID
305050621
Copyright
Database copyright ProQuest LLC; ProQuest does not claim copyright in the individual underlying works.
Document URL
http://search.proquest.com/docview/305050621
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