Personal Detail - Explain
Could someone explain to me the difference between 'O, He, and No, and the difference between kou and kona in Personal Detail? I'm struggling on this skill.
'O in the examples here is a subject marker, esp. used before names, the interrog. wai (=who), and the pron. ia (=he, she, it).
No is a prep. (=of; for; from; about, &c).
Hea means (in the lessons here) where, and usu. follows a prep. (no hea).
Kou & kōna are possessives of different persons:
kōna= his, her(s), its.