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Aia ke kumu i Honolulu.
The teacher is in Honolulu.
Aia ko‘u hale ma kēia alanui.
My house is on this street.
Aia ka haumāna me kona makuahine.
The student is with his mother.
Aia au ma ‘ane‘i.
I am here (at here).
Aia ka lū'au i kēia lā.
The lū'au is today (on this day).
Aia ‘o Kaleo ma kēlā hale.
Leo is at that house.
Aia ‘o ia me ‘oe.
She is with you.
Aia ‘o Hāna ma Maui.
Hāna is on Maui.
Aia ‘o Kaipo i ‘ō.
Kaipo is over there (at there).
Aia ‘o Kalei me a‘u.
Kalei is with me.
Aia ka hale o Kimo ma ke alanui o ko‘u hoa aloha.
Kimo's house (the house of Kimo) is on my friend's street (the street of my friend.)
Aia ka lū'au o kēlā keiki kāne ma kēlā lā i ka hale o ko‘u ‘anakala, e ke kumu.
That boy's lū‘au (the lū‘au of that boy) is on that day at my uncle's house (the house of my uncle), teacher.
Aia ‘o ia ma ke kula.

Aia ‘o ia ma kula = Kula.
He is at ( ) school.

He is in Kula (a place on Maui.)
Aia ‘o ia ma ka hale.

Aia 'o ia ma hale = Hale
He is at ( ) home.

He is at Hale (Is this Hale‘iwa?)
Pehea ‘oe, e ka makua kāne?

Pehea ‘oe, e makua kāne = Makuakäne?
How are you, ( ) father?

How are you, (Mr.) Makuakäne?
Aia ‘o Nani ma ‘ane‘i.
( ) Nani is ( ) here.
Aia ka lū‘au ma ‘ö.
The lū‘au is ( ) there.
Aia ‘o ia i ka lānai.
( ) He is on the lānai.
Aia au i ka hale kū‘ai,
e Keoni.
I'm at the store, ( ) Keoni.
E Nālani, aia i hea kou ka'a?
Nālani, where is your car?
Pehea 'oe, e Kaipo?
How are you, Kaipo?
E ke kumu, aia ko'u inoa i 'ane'i.
Teacher, my name is here.
E ke keikikāne, aia i hea kou 'anakala?
Son, where is your uncle?
Pehea 'oe, e ko'u hoa aloha?
How are you, my friend?
Aia 'o Keoni me wai?

Aia me wai 'o Keoni?
Keoni is with whom?

With whom, is Keoni?