"Does she want more poi and fish?"
Translation:Makemake hou ʻo ia i ka ʻai a me ka iʻa?
I put in the EXACT answer and it was marked incorrect. Has this happened to anyone else?
Not a typo, an alternative. As far as I can tell, «ka ‘ai a me ka i‘a» seems to be a set phrase in Hawaiian and refers to a Hawaiian style meal with fish and poi. Thus in English it is usually said with the word "poi" even though the Hawaiian uses the word «‘ai».