"Aia ʻo ia ma ka lumi kuke."
Translation:He is in the kitchen.
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They both mean in/on/at, although "i" is more of a directional location marker, which is how it is used describing actions being done towards something, or someone going somewhere. "Ma" is more generally used when stating the static location of something, like in this sentence.
Also translated as: 'Is he in the Kitchen?"
Is the intonation on 'ma ka lumi kuke' to make it a question?