ʻO ka pōʻahia kēia? = What day (of the week) is today?
ʻO ka Pōʻakolu kēia. = Today is Wednesday.
‘O ka Pō‘akolu kēia, my dudes
I guessed the right answer because it was multiple choice, but shouldn't this really be "this is Wednesday"?? (And shouldn't "today is Wednesday" be "'O ka Po'akolu keia la"??)
Sometimes today is wrong and sometimes this is wrong. Please allow both options or at least be consistent
I expect to see kēia lā when "today" appears in a sentence, but perhaps this may be a "contextual" answer incidence.
...e koʻu mau kaikuaʻana.