Whatʻs the difference in meaning between these two sentences?
Aia au i ka hale = I am in the house
Aia au ma ka hale = I am at home
So 'i' is for the more general house (i = the (house))
So 'ma' is for the more specific house (ma = my (house) = home)
To follow up, between
Noho au i Honolulu.
Noho au ma Honolulu.
Which is preferred for "I live in Honolulu."?
Additionally, would you say
Noho au i O'ahu ma Honolulu.
(I live in Honolulu on O'ahu.)