"Hele ke kumu i ke kula i ka hapalua hola ʻeono."

Translation:The teacher goes to school at 6:30.

March 3, 2019

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I had "The teacher goes to school a 6:30." Often DL is too generous with their "You have a typo"s, but this is a bit stingy!


Without a "mai" or an "aku" how do you know where the speaker is standing? Why is "The teacher comes to school at half past six" not equally acceptable as "... Goes to school?"


The teacher travels to school at 6:30 should be allowed.

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