Is the following sentence also correct? "Puhi kākou i nā kuki kokoleka."
Mahalo for now accepting this answer as correct.
Why is it ke kuki and not nã kuki
I agree. Cookie is not a collective noun. I can bake - and have often baked - a single cookie. Fresher is usually better that's why.
The English sentence is habitual action. If it was talking about a specific event, then it would use nã kuki.
Kaua should also be accepted, unless the prompt specifies we as "all of us." Without this specification, both kakou and kaua should be accepted.
"Puhi kāua i nā kuki kokoleka" was accepted for me today. (April 2020)
Shouldn't it be NA kuki kokoleka?
Should be na kuki kokoleka
They're still not accepting mine.
Should be an option puhi kakou i na kuki kokoleka, since the english sentence has cookies, in plural
Puhi the verb and Puhi the noun are quite different (?)