"Kaleo is my uncle."
Translation:ʻO Kaleo koʻu ʻanakala.
Actually the second o ( 'o ) is extraneous and should not be there in that sentence of yours. ko'u 'anakala as a subject does not need the subject marker 'o.
I see I see haha my bad. Sometimes I forget the basic stuff haha been so long since I used it.
used Ku'u instead of ko'u. Came out green, though with a " You have a typo. " It's the apostrophe or 'okina, which I can't seem to find the correct one. I only have ' or ` and they're both typos according to duolingo. Can't do a thing about that, cause I don't know where the correct one is!
You are close. You cannot start a sentence like that with a noun or name with nothing before it. Thus, you could say ‘O ko‘u anakala ‘o Kaleo.