This exercise uses "E" command syntax versus "pay the tuition" exercise did not. Any thoughts?
E is imperative. You mean this one: "Uku i ke kāki kula"?, then I have the same question.
Where is "ia" for "it"? Doesn't the Hawaiian translate as "Buy with the credit card"?
"It" is commonly left out of Hawaiian sentences; itʻs just understood.
why is it wrong when I type, "E kū'ai 'oe me ke kāleka kāki." ??????????? I'm copying and pasting my registered wrong answer straight out the box I just had.
I used the same sentence that you did, so will use the ʻReportʻ link and mark ʻMy answer should be accepted.ʻ
I'm getting so confused again.
Yay! I tested E kū'ai mai me ke kāleka kāki and it passed. Kudos to DL.