Hawaiian Language Consonants
Pronounce PK as in English but with less aspiration. Pronounce HLMN as in English. W after I and E is usually pronounced like V, but after U and O usually pronounced like W; initially and after A, it can be pronounced like V or W.
Hawaiian Language Vowels
Each of the 5 Hawaiian vowels is generally uniform with some exceptions such as: A like A in far, tar; also like UH. E like AY in bay, lay; also like E in bet; I like Y in city; also like E in Eve O like O in no, so U like OO in moon; also like U in true.
To "Say I Love You in Sign Language"
Open your hand and spread your fingers so that none of your fingers are touching. Bring in your middle and ring fingers so that those fingertips touch the palm of your hand. Keep your other fingers out as straight as possible and see if you can match the illustated image above. Of course a simple smile is the completion of the message...
Listen to seven of the most requested and popular
language pronounciations of the words "I Love You"
spoken aloud. Click anywhere on the panel posted below to activate the "Language Translator" and wave your mouse over the selected language to hear the language pronounciation of your choice.
(note: If Audio does not play when you touch icons below please click "Replay" button)