Can someone who's fluent check and see if I translated these correctly? Thanks a bunch! They are the exercises in the back of chapter 2 of "KA LEI HA 'AHEO: Beginning Hawaiian" by Alberta Pualani Hopkins.
A. Noun Phrases
1. a smart person he akamai kanaka
2. a big dog he nui ‘īlio
3. a handsome man he u’i kāne
4. a pretty flower he nani pua
5. a righteous woman he pono wahine
B. Class-Inclusion Sentence E→H
1. Lani, what’s that (distant? E Lani, he aha kēlā?
2. That (distant) is a gecko. He mo’o kēlā.
3. Is that (near) a dog? He ‘īlio kēnā?
4. No, this a big cat. ‘A’ole, he pōpoki nui kēia.
5. These are very beautiful flowers. He mau pua nani loa kēia.
6. You are a very beautiful woman. He wahine u’i loa ‘oe.
7. This is a smart person. He kanaka akamai kēia.
8. Is that (distant) a righteous man? He kāne pono kēla?
9. Yes, that (distant) is a righteous man. ‘Ae, he kāne pono kēlā.
10. Waiwai, that (near) is a big car. Waiwai, he ka’a nui kēnā.
C. Class-Inclusion Sentence H→E
1. He pōpoki nani kēnā. That (is) a pretty kitty.
2. He wahine kolone loa ‘oe. You (are) a very mischievous woman.
3. E Nanea, he ka’a nui kēnā. Nanea, a car (is) very close.
4. He kanaka pono au. I (am) a righteous person.
5. E Kalei, he kāne akamai loa ‘oe? Kalei, you a very smart man?
D. Fill in the blanks
1. He aha kēia ? He lei kēia.
2. He pōpoki kēna? ‘A’ole, he ‘īlio kēnā .
3. He wahine pono au ? ‘Ae, he wahine pono au.
4. He mo’o nui kēlā ? He pōhaku kēlā.