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

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

March 3, 2019



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?"

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