What is the difference between ko'u makua and ka makua o'u?
Maybe it's like: My friend and The friend of mine.
Just commenting again hoping this will bump up this discussion so someone who knows might see it and respond.
Could someone at least leave a response somewhere as to if the difference between "ko'u makua" and "ka makua o'u" is explained in a future lesson?
It's very frustrating
There's no difference, you just can use both of them
There are cases when it sounds bad like the first optikon so there's another way to say it
The online grammar isn’t much help here unfortunately but it at least gives examples:
this is an interesting switch! i also wonder if there could be a further clarification.
But with our listed as correct as far as the lessons. In other words in one place it shows ko'u makua as been correct.
And in another, The example above is being correct?
Reminds me of an old joke,
... And you too are right!