“Didn't you order a plate of food for me?” Not accepted.
Me too - how is this wrong??
"Didn't you order a plate lunch for me?" Not accepted
O-class and A-class: Both (no) and (na) can mean for or belonging to
are a contraction of (no + aʻu = noʻu) for me or belonging to me and (na + aʻu = naʻu) for me or belonging to me
I answered "Did you not order a food plate for me?"
How is this different? And how would you phrase my sentence if not the original prompt?