ʻO ka mea hea kou makemake? So does this really mean, Which one is your desire?
I thought "you" was 'oe, and "kou" means your.
I see only "kou" listed as a the only choice. Please provide a grammar explanation.
This time I tried the answer - which "thing" do you want - and was marked wrong, although "thing" is listed as one of the possible translations. Interesting.
Some times they throw in options that have nothing to do with the sentence topic. I think that's either to confuse us or to keep us on our toes.