It appears that this can mean "You are handsome" as well as "You are pretty". I'm going to write this out on a sign and tape it to my mirror so I can recite it to myself every day...
That's right; 'IH is beautiful, pretty, handsome, ….
A polite phrase in a rude language. ^_^
A language cannot be inherently rude or polite.
I misheard it and wrote vI'IH instead, which would mean something completely different, but it still accepted this as a correct answer. Is this intended?
The software grading instructions are to allow a single letter change to be counted as a typo. It is not an ideal way to grade Klingon.
The course contributors have no control over the correction algorithm. That's programmed by the site devs.