Why is there no "ma" on this one but there is on all the others?
I answered "Aia 'oe ma ka lumi kuke" and it was accepted. Came in here cuz I don't know the difference between "i" and "ma"...
It's interchangeable in this sentence. Ma is also accepted. They mean almost the same thing (on, at, in...), but i can also be used for direction (to, towards)
Not a native speaker or expert, but I understand that ma is used when there is possession like as in "my" kitchen.
I want to know the same thing
I'm also baffled by this. Anyone have an answer? Please share if so.