Why is 'i" used?
(i) is being used as an object marker in the sentence.
Hoʻomoʻa au i ka laiki. = I cook the rice.
Paila ke keiki kāne i ka naʻaukake. = The boy boils the sausage.
I so confused. Aren't u describing to do something. I not sure why it's used before an amount. ?
Another question: Why is'o not used as subject marker in this sentence? Like: "Makemake 'o ke keiki i 'elua pōpoki 'ele 'ele." Isn' t keiki the subject?
Why is ʻiʻ used in this sentence? I thought ʻiʻ meant ʻin, on or atʻ like ʻmaʻ.