"How is the weather today?"
Translation:Pehea ke anilā i kēia lā?
Why is the answer for this the same as the answer for How is the weather of today? Can we just write this answer as Pehea ke anilā kēia lā?
That should read then Pehea ke anilā o kēia lā? instead. Word for word, it reads How the weather of this day instead of How the weather on this day. It may come across as splitting hairs at this point, but when you get to more complex grammar, you will need to know the difference between those two little words o and i.