"Her aunty is a short woman."
Translation:He wahine pōkole kona ʻanakē.
Can someone help me please? I don't understand why "Pōkole kona makuahine" doesn't need to begin with "he", but the following sentence does, "He wahine pōkole kona 'anakē".
'Okina is the same as an apostrophe, which can be typed on almost any device. The kahako is a different story, because if you are on mobile, some phones allow you to hold in a letter and give it a diacritic.