Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hawaii"

The meaning of "Hawaii" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Hawaii is the one state
that we haven't been to. mean?
A: If someone says "Hawaii is the one state that we haven't been to" it means that "We have been to all the states except Hawaii" meaning that they have visited all of the 50 states in the US except Hawaii.
Q: What does Hawaii was admitted to the United States in 1959. mean?
A: Hawaii became an official state in 1959.
Q: What does If you ever return to Hawaii, would you like to have some coffee or tea? mean?
A: 「またハワイ州に戻って来たらコーヒーやお茶を飲みに行かないのですか」という意味です。「遊びに来てくださいね〜」って感じですよね。
Q: What does If you ever return to Hawaii, would you like to have some coffee or tea? mean?
A: あなたがハワイに戻るなら、コーヒーやお茶を食べたいですか

Synonyms of "Hawaii" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I traveled to Hawaii. and I made trip to Hawaii. ?
A: (It would be, "I made a trip to Hawaii." But "I took a trip to Hawaii" is a little more natural to me.)
The both mean the same thing!
Q: What is the difference between I’m going to Hawaii for two years and I’m planing a trip to Hawaii in next two year ?
A: “I’m going to Hawaii for two years” means you’ll be staying there for a full two years. “I’m planning a trip to Hawaii in the next two years” means you’re planning to go there within two years, but doesn’t say how long you’ll be staying for or when exactly you’re going.
Q: What is the difference between I have been to Hawaii before. and I have gone to Hawaii before. ?
A: There is no real difference to it. They both convey the same meaning.
Q: What is the difference between They are going to Hawaii next month and They are going to go to Hawaii next month and Her job is teaching English to Japanese people and Her job is to teach English to Japanese people ?
A: "Going to" is present tense and "Going to go" is in the future. We are going to the store! or We are going to go to the store!

The second phrase means the same. I would saying teaching is more present , but both mean present.

Translations of "Hawaii"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 「彼女は、小さい時からハワイ(Hawaii)には何度も行っている」
A: She's visited Hawaii many times since she was a girl/kid
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hawaii はもうすぐSunset です。
A: I think you could say: This is the sunset right now in Hawaii.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ?
-I was went to Hawaii
-I went to Hawaii
-I'm was went to Hawaii
-i'm went to Hawaii

Help me please, I don't understand and I difficult learn this :(
A: I went to Hawaii; this way is correct because it does not need the extra verbs. “Was” would be used when you say “I was going....” “I’m” would be used when you say something in the present tense, like “I’m going to eat now.”
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Other questions about "Hawaii"

Q: I went to Hawaii with my family last year. We stayed a hotel which was along the Waikiki beach for 4 nights and enjoyed activities and shopping. does this sound natural?
A: ​​I went to Hawaii with my family last year. We stayed at a hotel which was along the Waikiki beach for 4 nights and enjoyed activities and shopping. does this sound natural?
Q: A: Have you ever been abroad?

B: Yes, I have been to Hawaii once. does this sound natural?
A: Perfect
Q: Hawaii is a place of scenic beauty. does this sound natural?
A: sorry, i clicked the wrong answer. it sounds perfect, very natural.
Q: Hawaii was absolutely beautiful. ハワイ綺麗だったなー。
The weather and the views were amazing. 景色と気候は最高でした。
This time, I choose to sit back and relax there.
私はゆっくりする派でした。

How about you? Are you more likely to enjoy days out on vacation or just like me? 皆さんは、遊びまくる派、それともゆっくり派?
does this sound natural?
A: "This time, I chose to sit back and relax."
Chose is past tense.

And you could say,
"Are you more likely to enjoy days out on vacation just like me?"
Its incorrect to say, "or just like me"
You could say, "or *verb* just like me" such as "or relax just like me"
Q: Hawaii and I are strangers.

I'd like to say that I don't have any chances to visit Hawaii. does this sound natural?
A: The sentence is really good! But what comes next needs a small change.
I'd like to say that I haven't had any chances to visit Hawaii.

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