I wish the DL Hawaii folks would reduce the times that pointing at a single word results in the entire sentence being shown. This doesn't help learning.
Aia kona hālāwai kauka ma ka lā ʻehia? = Her doctor appointment is on which date?
Aia kona hālāwai kauka ma ka lā ʻewalu o Mei. = Her doctor appointment is May eighth.
My answer: Her doctor's appointment is oh which date? Pretty obvious "oh" is a typo.
How can you tell if it's masculine or feminine. It used Kona as her in the last sentence and his in this one
“What is the date of her doctor’s appointment?” Is the same thing, right?