What is the difference between "kuke" (to cook) and ho'omo'a (to cook)?
I entered “cook the rice and beef” and was marked incorrect. It is truly incorrect by some nuance, or is it correct?
"Cook the rice and beef" is totally correct, and should also be accepted now.
Same here - I thought that because "ka" was used that "the" would be accepted.
"Cook the rice and beef." is now being accepted.
Cook the rice and the beef