Yes, except that "ua" is the past tense marker. "E [verb] ana" indicates future tense. "E kelekiko ana 'oia ia 'oe?" Will she text you?
Mahalo. 'O au pū. No laila, e ha'awi mai 'oe ia kākou i ka unuhina haoli, ke 'olu'olu. Thanks. Me also. So, give us the English translation, please.
'A 'oia! Maika'i no. Mahalo. Ha! The translation I had in my head was slightly off. Now that you wrote it in English, it makes perfect sense. Thanks!
Oh, this is a bit of a trick. I wrote "Will he text you?" and was marked wrong. DL is correct. It does say "Does he text you?" I wrote "will" because DL sometimes marks these types of verbs as future rather than present tense.