I answered "she is from Molokaʻi" and it said I was wrong... shouldn't that be correct as well?
Yup, I think it should be correct as well. I just reported it :)
It now says that's correct. :)
Mahalo for your reports! "She is from Molokaʻi" should be accepted now.
I wrote "she is from Moloka'i" and it was wrong.
Both he and she are correct.
May be it shoulx be She is from Moloka'i with the S capitolized?
I would report it as SofiRas did. Seems like it is safe to chose the masculine as 1st answer, idk. I keep getting correct chosing he over she even if it is incorrect itself. Both are correct until specified.
Do we put "No" only at the start of the sentences? In what case do we use no?
"No" in these sentences means something like "from" or "of". When talking about where someone is from, the phrase starts with "no".
Moloka'i is a city in Hawai'i?
Molokaʻi is an island in the Hawaiian island chain.
Moloka'i is a pretty small island in Hawaii. I used to be able to see it from this one beach off the winward side of Oahu.
How to say England in Hawaiian
You can use ʻEnelani for England.
Ohh! What about saying America in Hawaiian?
You can use ʻAmelika for America.
Should it be "no Moloka'i mai 'o ia."?
That is the more common way to say this type of sentence. If the site does not accept that response, then please report it.