"Do you want more strawberries or blueberries?"
Translation:Makemake hou ʻoe i ka ʻōhelo papa a i ʻole ka pīʻai?
I don't know why both couldn't be correct. I kind of understand why "ka" could be used, but why not nā? I've heard that Duolingo doesn't have every correct solution; this could be the case here. But there may also be a rule that I do not know about, so I would need confirmation to make a claim like that.
Does using "hou" (more) automatically make the sentence plural to be using "ka" (the) instead? If "ke/ka" means "the" and "nā" makes ʻtheʻ plural (as in "nā keiki" meaning "the children", shouldnʻt "nā" be used in this sentence instead of "ka"? If there is a reason, kōkua ʻoluʻolu so I can maopopo. Mahalo!