"E hāʻawe i ke ʻeke ma ke kua."
Translation:Carry the bag on the back.
(Ke) before (ʻeke) is an exception to the rule.
Ka & Ke = the
(Ka) is the more common of the two.
(Ke) is used before words starting with K, E, A, O.
Hint: for memorizing: (ke ao) = the cloud
Normally (ke) would go in front of a word beginning with the ʻokina, ( ʻ ), but words like (ke ʻeke & ke pākaukau are exceptions to the rule.
Words following the normal pattern are: ka ʻāina = the land, ka ʻaoʻao = the page, ka ʻanakala = the uncle, ka ʻanakē = the aunty, ka ʻeleʻele = the black