"Who will pay the tip?"
Translation:ʻO wai ka mea e uku i ka uku lawelawe?
Maybe they changed the content of the previous categories to include some more advanced sentence structures, but I have no idea why this is formed like this. What's the purpose of "ka mea" in this sentence?
Chasavaqe, I was wondering the same thing. "Ka mea" usually indicates a thing such as "ka mea pa'ani" the play-thing, or the toy. "Ka mea" here is used with 'O wai, a person. Of course, I see no problem with "'O wai e uku..." which says "Who to pay." Stating it that way eliminates the "ka mea" but seems to be the same expression.