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Nā ʻŌlelo Kelepona (telephone talk)

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kelepona
telephone
Aloha! ʻo Lani kēia.
Hello! This is Lani.
Aloha, Hale Kuamoʻo. ʻO Lani kēia.
Hello, Hale Kuamoʻo. This is Lani.
Aloha kāua, e Lani.
Hello to the both of us, Lani.
Aloha kākou!
Hello everyone (as in a conference call).
ʻO wai kēia?
Who is this?
ʻO Keola kēia.
This is Keola.
Pehea au e kōkua ai iā ʻoe?
How may I assist you?
Aia paha ʻo Pua ma laila?
Is Pua there?
Hiki anei iaʻu ke walaʻau me Pua?
May I speak with Pua?
ʻAʻole ʻo Pua ma ʻaneʻi.
Pua is not here.
ʻAʻole ʻo ia ma ʻaneʻi.
He/She is not here.
ʻAʻole kaʻawale ʻo Pua i kēia manawa.
Pua is not available at the moment.
ʻAʻole ʻo ia kaʻawale i kēia manawa.
He/She is not available at the moment.
Aia ʻo Pua ma kekahi laina.
Pua is on another line.
Aia ʻo ia ma kekahi laina.
He/She is on another line.
E kali iki.
One moment.
E hoʻohui au/wau iā ʻoe.
I will transfer you.
Ua paʻa ka laina.
The line is busy.
E kali paha ʻoe ma ka laina?
Will you hold?
Makemake anei ʻoe e kali ma ka laina?
Would you like to hold on the line?
E waiho paha i manaʻo/memo nāna?
Would you like to leave a message?
E haʻi iā ia, ua kelepona au.
Let him/her know I called.
He aha kou helu kelepona?
What is your telephone number?
E noi iā ia e kelepona mai iaʻu ma ka helu _____.
Ask him/her to call me at _____.
E noi au/wau iā ia e kelepona iā ʻoe.
I'll ask him/her to return your call.
E kelepona hou au/wau (ma hope).
I'll call again (later).
E kala mai. Ua hūhewa kou kelepona ʻana.
I'm sorry. You have the wrong number.
E kala mai i kēia hoʻoluhi ʻana.
I'm sorry to bother you.
ʻAʻole pilikia.
No problem.
Mahalo kou kelepona ʻana mai.
Thank you for calling.
Aloha.
Goodbye.