"ascend" and "go up" are the same thing
Why was "head up" marked wrong in this case?
It should not have been!
head in/head up http://eatatlowells.com/2013/02/lowells-1st-floor-view-into-the-heart-of-the-market-head-up-to-our-2nd-floor-booths-one-flight-up-for-the-best-people-watching-spot-in-seattle/
What is the origin of the word luna? it means moon in spanish and it is "up"...
Pukui et al. state that 'luna' is from the Proto Polynesian 'lunga'. Watch out for 'false fiends'
Just curious, is the use of "papahele" to refer to floors of a building due to English influence or did it evolve independently?
Good question. Did structures have multiple floors before Euro influence?
"E piʻi i luna i ka papahele ʻekolu." seems redundant. Could you say "E piʻi i ka papahele ʻekolu." (i.e., remove the "i luna")
Head up to the third floor, should be accepted.
“Climb up” was incorrect.
As in walk up the stairs instead of taking the elevator? I would have reported it and checked the box saying "my answer should be accepted".
I like the speaker's accent on " 'ekolu". But I also heard an extra 'okina in the first part of the sentence that shouldn't be vocalized. I hear this: E pi'i 'i luna ...... instead of this: E pi'i i luna...