"He kumu ʻo Kēhau."
Translation:Kēhau is a teacher.
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I now know that it provides the special keys on my laptop when the answer is to be given in 'olelo Hawai'i ...but not if I'm typing a Hawaiian name like Kehau for the English answer. It does accept the English apostrophe as the 'okina. I just ignore their admonishments cuz it isn't counted wrong.
Are you on a computer or a mobile device?
The web page should detect that you are using a physical keyboard and offer you a string of special characters below the entry box. Are you getting those?
If you are in one of the mobile apps the virtual keyboard will allow you to type the special characters. Touch the letter you want and hold your finger on it until a box pops up with variations of that letter. You can hold on the apostrophe to get the rotated version used for the ‘okina.