"That Hawaiian woman is nice."
Translation:ʻOluʻolu kēlā wahine Hawaiʻi.
Masculine and feminine pronouns/forms don't exist in Hawaiian, the gender is just assumed.
'O ia = he/she
kēlā = that (the subject can be male or female, and you still use kēlā
kona = his/her
KOKUA! I get stuck on one word because I have no way to make a kahako on my phone. Will I never be able to pass this lesson?
Try holding in a letter on the keypad to make a kahako. If that doesn't work, report it and tell them your problem that way.
Think as "Nice that woman Hawaiian" and just swap the English words with Hawaiian.
Yeah, sentence structure can be confusing. A trick I use to help me remember word order is thinking of the way Master Yoda from Star Wars talks.
Example: "He mahi'ai 'o ia," translated into English literally, would be: "A farmer he is" which is how Yoda speaks