in a previous lesson, i picked wahine with a kahako (sorry I don't have the Hawaiian accent options) and it said that wahine with a kahako was incorrect. This one, with kahako is correct. Is it because wahine is plural?
So I accedentally left the space out between nā and wāhine (making it nāwāhine) and got it right with no corrections. I tested it with nākeiki which I also got right. Is this a glitch with Duo or is this an accurate way to write Hawai'ian?
The Duolingo software might be lenient enough to accept those as typos, but they are actually two separate words and are written with a space between them (except when used as part of a name).