By Andrew GollisHawaiian is a Hawaiian language that’s spoken by around 60 million people.
Its most popular regional dialect is Kana, spoken by about 3.5 million people in Hawaii.
Its national language is Tagalog, spoken in the central island state of Luzon.
There are more than 70 different dialects, with more than 200 native languages spoken by nearly 20 million people across the islands.
Hannah Grosz, a professor of linguistics at UC Berkeley, says Tagalog and Kana are two of the most common languages spoken in Hawaii, even though many people don’t know them.
“The Kana dialect has more of an emphasis on family ties and being loyal, whereas the Kana is more of a local language,” she said.
Tagalog is also the official language in the Federated States of Micronesia, and it is spoken by almost 10 million people, according to the US Department of State.
There are more Tagalog speakers in the United States than there are Americans.
About 4 million Americans speak Tagalog at home.
And the language has also been used in the US since the 1930s, when US President Franklin Roosevelt was president.
Many Americans still speak Tagala, which is also called Tagalog.
Hawaii has been home to Tagalog for more than 100 years, and the islands are dotted with Tagalog villages and schools.
It’s a strong and strong language, Gross says.
The Hawaiian language has an official, regional dialect, and there are a number of different dialect dialects.
Kana is spoken in Luzon, while Tagalog is spoken only in the main islands.
The language has been a mainstay of Hawai’i since the late 1800s, but has fallen out of favor as Americans migrate to the islands for work or school.
Some Hawaiians still speak Kana at home, and even though it’s a relatively popular language, it’s not as popular as Tagalog in the mainland.
Gross said the language is not spoken in large numbers on the mainland, but that it’s becoming more popular as the islands become more popular destinations for tourism.
When you have a language that is spoken very widely, it will continue to be popular, she said, noting that it is possible for someone to speak Kula in Los Angeles and still have a Tagalog speaking family.
It’s a different world than it was in the 1800s.
Hawaii was an island nation, but now the majority of its people are in the U.S. and many of them are Americans, Gosz said.
There’s also more English in Hawaii than there was in 1890, and more English is spoken than any other language in Hawaii today, she added.
One of the reasons Tagalogs have such a strong appeal in the island states is because of the way they were developed, Gross said.
That was a time when the language was relatively new.