"What time is the exercise class?"
Translation:Hola ʻehia ka papa hoʻoikaika kino?
Lots of you have essentially the same question. Let's look at Gerald's first comment from "1 year ago" (way up at the top).
First, "Hola ʻehia ka papa hoʻoikaika kino?" is very conversational but is actually short for "I ka hola ʻehia . . . ?" Both "i ka" and "ʻo ka" are frequently dropped in general conversation, but for this question, "I ka hola ʻehia" makes more sense since it basically means "AT what time?" (At what time is the exercise class?)
Gerald's alternate suggestion using "aia" is also a correct way of asking this question: "Aia ka papa hoʻoikaika kino i ka hola ʻehia?" Unfortunately this was not included as "another correct answer" by DL. Hope he reported it.
Notice that he used "i ka hola ʻehia" in this sentence which would be the complete version if placed at the beginning of the question: (I ka) hola ʻehia ka papa hoʻoikaika kino?
Seems like some of you wanted to use the "aia" sentence pattern, which is a good alternative, but DL apparently hadn't yet included it as a possible answer for this question (as some of you already noted). Hopefully it will be included someday because it IS a correct way of asking this question.