"Aia kona hālāwai kauka ma ka lā ʻehia?"
Translation:His doctor's appointment is on which date?
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Q1. Do folks make a distinction between “date” and “day”? In English I do. Date means all the info 10th March. Day means of the week, Monday. So is this translation actually correct? Is there another way to specify which you want in reply?
Q2. Am I correct in believing you can say ‘doctor appointment’ by just saying “Kauka” and no “hālāwai”? That’s what you get in Google translate.