Is the correct grammar an Hawaiian luau or a Hawaiian luau?
A Hawaiian Luau.
Hawaiian luau = Hawai'i luau
A luau is a kind of Hawaiian festive event, not a number.
You have spelled it correctly, luau (a Hawaiian feast or celebration).
The issue is not grammar, but pronunciation. In words beginning with h but not stressed on the first syllable the h may be silent.
A Hawaiian party is called a Luau
A luau is a feast and a party with music, dancing, and other forms of entertainment.
IMPROVED: Aloha: Say loo ow (as if it were 2 words). many persons say it as one word; this is incorrect. Luau already IS in Hawaiian.
luau plural of lu·au Noun A Hawaiian party or feast, esp. one accompanied by entertainment.
It is called a Luau.
Goodbye Party: well "Goodbye" in hawaiian is Aloha. Aloha is a greeting or or a "farewell" or to "show love" Also a big celebration ; such as a party is called a "Luau" in hawaiian. so it is " Aloha Luau" that is how you say "Goodbye Party" in Hawaiian
I think you mean a luau.
A luau is very similar to a picnic, but also may include music, traditional dancing, and story telling.
My Fair Wedding - 2008 Hawaiian Luau Bride 5-10 was released on: USA: 22 January 2012
A Hawaiian flower necklace, otherwise known as a lei.
An elaborate Hawaiian feast featuring traditional foods and entertainment.
People gather to partake of good Hawaiian food and music.
It is Hawaiian Luau. It fit my crossword puzzle too.
They played the ukulele at the Hawaiian luau.
Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee - 2003 Hawaiian Luau 2-14 was released on: USA: 2004
aloha lei kahuna Waikiki luau poi ukulele
Aloha lei Honolulu luau maui
A luau is a traditional Hawaiian party or feast that is usually accompanied by entertainment.
Luau maybe? we went to Hawaii and we went to a Luau there. It was a party where you were entertained and ate, but... I don't think it means Party time it's a noun, Party.
Meat or fish wrapped in the Luau leaf and steamed
IMPROVED: Aloha: The first poster is correct, but the word for potluck is kupupu'u [koo-poopoo-ooh]. You could say 'aha 'aina kupupu'u [aha I-na] which is potluck dinner party, but it isn't necessary. Traditional Hawaiian get together with many people is a Luau
Aloha: Simply typing in Hawaiian food online will get you many names to choose from. Pōmaikaʻi (Good luck in HI'ian).
No, it is correct grammar, not a correct grammar.
-Surf -Swim -Snorkel/Scuba Dive -Hula Dance -Luau
The likely word is luau (a Hawaiian feast). The similar word is the adjective loyal (true, steadfast).
Kalua pig (pig, roasted) squid luau lomi salmon(salmon, onion, tomatoe) rice poi(from a taro plant) pineapple chicken long rice(sometimes but rarely)
no _____ If the sentence is You do do that (meaning You are in the habit of doing that) the grammar is perfectly correct and the sentence 'does have correct grammar'.
You usually eat, drink, and listen to native music and watch dancing. Some luaus invite the guests to dance.
The correct grammar is 'you are'.
The grammar in the question is correct.
The grammar is correct
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