1. You pronounce words correctly.
Hawaiian is actually quite easy to pronounce, as words are spelled as they are spoken. You know it’s “Ho-no-lu-lu,” not “ha-na-loo-loo.” And that little apostrophe is called an ‘okina — a glottal stop. So it’s “Oh-ah-hu,” not “Owahoo.”
2. You know how to properly weave a lei.
First off, you need a long lei needle. Second, a bag of freshly picked plumeria, carnations, <maile, ti, kukui or tuberose. Third, a long, hot afternoon, some shade, and good company fo’ talk story.