Why the 'o before Kaleo?
'O is a subject marker - as is said in tips and notes of the 2nd module about determiners.
Why did it mark grandfather wrong doe tūtū kāne?
Interestingly, "t" doesn't seem to be part of the Wikipedia alphabet for Hawaiian and it seems that "k" replaced "t" in Hawaiian. So why is there a t in this particular instance?
I lala oki maka maka
I put my Grandpa is Kaleo and the answer was Kaleo is my Grandpa. Its the same answer but it said i got it wrong.
Why is Grandma regularly capitalized by Duo when grandpa is not?
Why is the Hawaiian trans the same for my grandpa as well as his grandpa in this lesson?