My answer: His dad is Kaleo. Incorrect. Correct Answer: Kaleo is his dad. Isn’t that the same answer?
Why is "Kaleo is her dad" not a correct answer if the dictionary says "kona" means both he and she?
I answered Kaleo is her dad and it marked me as wrong. "her" should be accepted for "kona".
Why does it not accept His father is Kaleo? They should add it as an acceptable answer by now.
I think they accepted his/her now. As I typed in "Kaleo is her father" And it came out pololei. Correct.
It seems that the Hawaiian sentences are corresponding witht the English senteces in the same assignment, yes "kona" = his/he. Just match the english to hawaiian in the particular exercise. You wont know if its his or her unless you pick up the details in. Hawaiian conversation as we kānaka maoli dont want to be intrusive in conversation.