"Hey Kaleo, turn off the light."
Translation:E Kaleo, e hoʻopio i ke kukui.
Okay I said "E Kaleo, e ho'opio 'oe i ke kukui" - and the program didn't accept that - and given how consistent it's been in the past about accepting the " 'oe" addition or not, I was under the impression it was optional. Until this sentence, the "alternative" correct response was either to insert or omit the "' oe" or omit it, depending on whatever was the opposite of what I'd done. Clarification anyone? E kokua mai!