Not "KOU hoa a pau? How do we know when "your" actually means "the"?
Why is this not accepted? E aloha i kou hoa a pau
Is "E aloha i kāu mau hoaaloha a pau." okay?
all "hoa" relationships are "o" class, therefore "kou mau hoa a pau", not "kāu mau hoa a pau"
E aloha i kou mau hoa a pau. Is this correct also?
a pau = all, entirely
Cannot use hoa aloha.
Cannot use hoaaloha.
DL is not allowing the phrase instead of the simpler hoa.
how about " E aloha i kēlā kou hoa kēia" ?