I wonder why Makemake is after au, instead of makemake au?
It seems that when the subject is a pronoun in a negative sentence it moves between 'a'ole and the verb.
Yes, that's right.
Ok, got it ... subject/pronoun in a negative construction, the subject falls between 'Aole' and the verb. Thanks ... my kingdom for a cheat sheet on Hawaiian grammar!
Some of the DL languages have 'tips' for almost every lesson. It seems DLHawaiian doesn't.
i dont understand why the subject moves before the verb
The negative 'a'ole causes that. I don't know that there's a reason to explain, it just happens with 'a'ole. I believe it happens with all pronouns, but not with regular nouns.