E 'oka 'oe i ho'okahi mukupī was incorrect. I added the 'oe. Why would that be wrong?????
Wondering the same thing...
Maybe not so much wrong as presumptuous. We can't tell who the sentence is directed to: 'oe, 'olua, 'oukou? Think about what's more valuable, the lesson or the points?
(link for Mukupī) https://youtu.be/Q7C5JCMgkoE
Well since every other sentence in the entire program up to now has been directed to 'oe and the words 'olua and 'oukou, whatever those are, haven't even come up, it makes perfect sense to assume 'oe is acceptable.
Could you say “ua ‘oka” ?