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Question on mobile apps. I am doing both 'olelo hawaii and spanish on my phone now and do not see an option to click on the language specific characters. Kahako and okina for Hawaiian language for example.
Are the language specific char available on mobile apps? If so, how do I enable them for use?
If you hold your finger on the letter on your virtual keyboard, a small window should pop up with variations for the letters like accents and macrons. Duolingo accepts a regular apostrophe for the 'okina, but if you want the real thing, you can also hold down the apostophe and you should get an option for the rotated version that looks like a tiny 6.
I reported this. If the only word given is "we" it should accept "we both" and "we all". If it's going to mark kākou wrong (which it did for me), it should indicate that it's looking for the "we [you and I]" translation.
This language is still listed as being in beta and I think little glitches like this are just showing that they haven't had time to catch everything yet.
If you're on a physical keyboard look below the entry box for special characters you can click on. If you're on a virtual keyboard (like on your phone or tablet), then hold your finger on the vowel to get some options and hold your finger on the apostrophe to get some other options.