Translation:ke keiki kāne
Both "ke" and "ka" mean "the". The default is ka, but ke is used before words starting with the letters k, e, a, & o. Keep in mind that the glottal stop or 'okina in Hawaiian, which looks like this ‘ , is a letter, and "the" would be ka before it, for example ka ‘elele. There are some exceptions to the rule though, many starting with p.
For this course, you may find useful the Hawaiian keyboards built into the Windows, OS X (on your computer) and iOS (mobile phone) operating systems. You can also download a Hawaiian Keyboard for your Android phone from the Google Play store. We recommend using Gboard, the free Google Keyboard, which supports many languages, including Hawaiian.
With these keyboards you can use alt/option (or long press on mobile) + vowel to type a vowel with a kahakō over it (i.e. ā, ē, ī, ō, ū). The apostrophe key becomes an ʻ (ʻokina) by default. Using alt/option + apostrophe gives you an apostrophe.