"I'll save money today."
Translation:Mālama kālā au i kēia lā.
Komota15, "i save money today" is correct from what I've learned.
Duolingo needs work.
The "e" at the beginning is marking and actiong or statement. Like at the beginning they give you "hele", go, to go., And "E hele", go.
The difference is that "hele" is just the word. It isn't doing anything. To use the word depends on what you are trying to say and in what tense.
If you say "hele au", it's a habitual statement that's saying what kind of person I am. It's not saying that I'm currently going.
Hele 'oe, you go E hele 'oe, you should or will go E hele ana 'oe, you are going to go Ka hele nei 'oe, you are going
Ua hele 'oe, you went.
Not an expert, In the sentence "ka hele nei 'oe", not sure if the ka is supposed to be a ke.
In YouTube text Kaleo 'Oiwi. Its a great channel, learne the different tense, funny skits, etc. There's fluent 'Ōlelo Hawai'i, try watch.