"Put the toys back."
Translation:E hoʻihoʻi ʻoe i nā mea pāʻani.
Careful when they say "let's"! "Let's" is a contraction for "let us." So you must use "kāua" with whatever: E ho'iho'i kāua i (Let's put [something] back), E ho'opio kāua i ke kukui (Let's turn out the lights), E ho'oma'ema'e kāua i ka lumi kuke/moe (Let's clean the kitchen/bedroom). Otherwise, they'll stick in "Let's ALL", in which case, you'll use "kākou" in place of "kāua".