"When you go to the bathroom, always wash your hands."
Translation:Ke hele ʻoe i ka lua, e holoi i kou lima i nā manawa a pau.
Well i thought so too but have everything else correct and leaving out the 'oe means i have to redo this monster of a sentence :D i still believe its supposed to be optional but maybe someone can confirm that for us :)
Edit: since its not after the imperative it might actually not be optional :D this seems more like the "ke hiki 'oe ma laila" type of scenario where ive never seen it without the 'oe. Maybe for a sentence like "when you do something..." you need the 'oe. But again just trying to make sense of it and not actually knowing
Mahalo for the discussion! I would agree that it is optional in this case. If someone said to me "Ke hele i ka lua, e holoi i kou lima i nā manawa a pau," I would understand that they were talking to me, and that the "you" was implied. I've updated the sentence so that it should be accepted without the "ʻoe". Might take a little while to update.