What is the function of "i" before ke kelepona here?
Is it necessary to put (ʻoe)? Couldnʻt I just put, "E hoʻihoʻi i ke kelepona."?
"E hoʻihoʻi i ke kelepona." is fine.
I got it right too... they marked it wrong.
Do keep in mind that the ʻokina is not just an apostrophe.
Unfortunately some platforms do not have that option.
Problem solved! Mahalo nui. It was a device problem and not a problem with the app itself.
Auē frustrating, can’t get pass this! Any manaʻo
What are you struggling with the most? Maybe we can help explain it better?
Basically no struggles. I’m just stuck/locked on the particular question regardless if the answer is correct, can’t move to the next level?! Anyone experiencing this problem?
So what is the purpose of using 'oe?
It makes explicit who you are telling to put the phone back. This is a command and thus, it is not 100% to use ‘oe.
Not necessary to put 'oe in this case translating literally. Plus, it's established who you are talking to already in normal conversation.