"E komo i loko o ka hale ma ʻō."
Translation:Enter the building over there.
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If I were to give a more literal translation, I might say it as "Enter the inside of the house/building over there." This is obviously a little stilted in English, but the way I'm understanding it is that "i loko" both sort of receives the action of "E komo" and gives it a direction.
EDIT: Immediately after getting this question, I was given the prompt "E puka i waho o ka hale" which I think demonstrates the same thing. But of course I welcome corrections.