The two official languages of Hawaii are English and Hawaiian. English is the most commonly spoken language and is used for communication in education, government, and business.
Hawaiian, on the other hand, is an indigenous language that was spoken by native Hawaiians before the arrival of Europeans. Hawaiian is still spoken by a small portion of the population in Hawaii, and efforts are being made to preserve and promote the use of the language.
In addition to English and Hawaiian, many people in Hawaii also speak other languages, such as Japanese, Chinese, Tagalog, and Korean. Hawaii is a multicultural and multilingual state, and this diversity is reflected in the languages spoken by its residents.
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