Two words ate used dor string? Csn someone supply the rules of wherrdn to use 'aha?
'aha is specifically an instrument string. Kaula is more of a general word.
It looks like DL is using kaula for sentences involving an individual string. They are using 'aha in sentences involving a set of strings, or more than one string.
Could anyone explain why it's not: "He 'ehā 'aha o ka 'ukulele"?
ʻEhā is an "amount" number (how many?) in this sentence, and "he" is generally used with the amount numbers 10-99 only.