"Clean the house."
Translation:E hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻoe i ka hale.
Is "ʻoe" necessary in this sentence being that the sentence in English doesn't have "you" in it?
'Clean!' is the 2nd Person imperative, so the you is implied in English... We can also in English say 'let's clean' (1st person plural) and 'let him/her/them clean' (3rd person)
Whether Hawaiians can drop the ʻoe, I don't know.. sorry.
In direct commands, the subject is commonly expressed in Hawaiian, unlike in English, that's why.