In Hawaiian, the subject pronoun jumps to the front of the sentence when responding in the negative. Its placement is immediately following the negation. For example, "He will not go to the store." The proper translation is "A'ole 'oia e hele ana i ka hale ku'ai." Notice the location of 'oia just behind a'ole.
It would be nice if these types of grammatical structures were explained, at least briefly, somewhere other than in the student forum.
HIT the Up Arrow and DROP me a Lingot. ( I don't really need the lingot). This particularly important condition is encountered all of the time. I would advise writing it down and keeping it handy. Cheers!
It's more likely the sentence is in accusative case. Thus, the words are in reverse order.
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