The best available primer in the grammar of the Hawaiian language. Its introduction to the structure and idiosyncrasies of the language offers an opportunity to study the genuine, uncorrupted idiom as spoken by older Hawaiians of a century ago. Employs the standard terms and divisions of European grammars, with clear explanations and numerous examples.
Unabridged republication of A Short Synopsis on the Most Essential Points in Hawaiian Grammar, published by Hawaiian News & Thrum, Ltd., Honolulu, 1924 (revised seventh edition).
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|Author/Editor||W. D. Alexander|
|Dimensions||5 3/8 x 8 1/2|