"His doctor's appointment is on which date?"
Translation:Aia kona hālāwai kauka ma ka lā ʻehia?
What are the rules as to when 'ehia is used versus po'ahia?
Is there any rule on when you can put "ma ka lā 'ehia" right after "aia" and when you have to put it at the end of the question?
Iʻm trying to figure out these various "on which date" sentences. In the real world, could I also phrase this, ʻO ka lā ʻehia (Subject: which date) i kona hālāwai kauka (is his doctor(ʻs) appointment)? If not, for extra credit, any inputs as to why itʻs wrong?