"Kela" means "that", but is a particular class of "that." Kela indicates that the object is far from the speakers. Kena indicates that the object is close or within reach.
ke'ia is a very much used variation of kēia.
It is permissible to enter a ':' after a vowel to denote that the vowel has a kahako: over it.
there was two options: kēia and kela I accidentally clicked kela and it said I had a typo, but then I did it again and it said it was wrong
How do you make the marlings over the letters?
There should be little buttons on the site that you click for the vowels with the macrons. If you are on a mobile device, that may be the problem if you do not have those buttons.
I cant. it just says I need to fix it but tells me its still correct.
I just copied and pasted.
I accidentally hit kéla. Which is "that" not "this" and i got it correct, this is incorrect