Wouldn't a sentence be something more like "I'm hungry" or "Are you hungry"? I'm not sure I understand how this is a sentence.
It's not a sentence. It's just a fragment. It seems the Hawaiian Duolingo program likes its fragments. It did it earlier in these lessons with things like "a medium soda" or other non-sentences.
The period at the end of the sentence is what threw me.
Also the "he". A hunger? Guess itʻs a new construction.
I wonder why hovering over "he" gives you "is/am." Seems this means "am/is hungry." I don't know if Hawaiian assumes the "I," but based off of my beginner's Japanese, it looks like "I am hungry."