Ke Pā vs. Ka Pā (The Disk vs The Plate)
In Food 2/2, the prompt is "The sweet potato is on the plate."
Wehewehe.org implies in definition 2 that "ka pā" means plate and "ke pā" means disk. DL marks "ka pā" as incorrect every time.
Can a moderator check this, please? Mahalo!
January 9, 2019