It said that the correct solution is: Nā wāhine. I thought that means the women, no?
It did expect it in the lesson itself as well (multiple choice), but there was no option to report it.
wahine with a kahako (line above a or some of you identify this as "macron") is PLURAL for woman .. so women ... na (plural) or ka (nonplural) is 'the' ... as in the women or the woman.
Ka wahine (no a kahako) is the woman. Na wahine (with a kahako) is the women.
wahine (no a kahako) is woman. wahine (with a kahako) is women.
**SORRY ... doesnt let me type the letter kahako here. :(
Hmm.... As translation here, it says "ka wahine", but the 3 options were "Nā wāhine", "ka keiki", "kaikamahine wahine".... What??? Reporting.
Is there a difference in pronounciation between wahine (singular) and wāhine (plural)?