"Let's get together this evening?"
Translation:E hui kāua i kēia ahiahi?
My personal mnemonic device for this is "E (verb) ana" = "it's g-ana happen". My confusion with this one is the question mark at the end. "Let's get together this evening" is a statement. Why does it have a question mark at the end? First you're making a request/demand that we get together this evening, and then you take away the mandate implied by "E" and raise the ending inflection to put in in the form of a question. I'm guessing you can see my confusion there. (not a question)