"I" isn't a particularly common initial letter, but when it shows up, it counts. The short, simple words beginning with "I" form much of the foundation of English; the language wouldn't function without "I" and "it" and "is." In addition, prefixes like "im-" and "in-" begin many words and, better yet, are a starting point for students to break down words into their meaningful components.
Hawaii is the only state of the United States to have its own language. It recognizes both English and the Hawaiian language as official state languages. Discover the basics of the Hawaiian language and common words and phrases, as well as some Hawaiian history and trivia.