"I buy clothes at the sale."
Translation:Kūʻai au i nā lole ma ke kūʻaiemi.
For my own clarification, could you give me an example of when ANYTHING has EVER been "explained" in a lesson? It has been my experience with Duolingo that we are to learn this language the same way babies learn their native language - by making mistakes and having them corrected at the time. Then it's a repetition thing, no explanation is ever given. I would LOVE explanations for things that appear, but that comes ONLY from asking questions in this forum.
You are correct. That is why the beginning lessons start with to eat, to want, and to go. That would be the natural language progression of infants. Having few explanations is also the source of many frustrations, both with DL learners and with babies at the dinner table. Cheers!