I guess "tita kolea" is not a thing. But "tita" has been used for "sister" in a lot of the exercises and "kolea" i figure is the "step" component, so how come no can?
Copular sentences are tricky. How to know whether subject or predicate comes first?
'A'ole, 'o ia ko'u tita kōlea - should be accepted. "Kaikuahine" is a sister of a brother, so unless we know that it is a male making this statement, "tita kōlea" should also be allowed as a possibility please.
Kākoʻo! I got zapped for the same thing.
Why can't it be the other way - 'a'ole, ko'u kaikuahine kōlea 'o ia - ??
Is "ʻAʻole, ʻo ia koʻu kaikuahine kōlea." wrong?
It got marked wrong when I entered it.
If it is wrong, can someone explain why?
Trying to figure why ka'u doesn't work...step-people seem more """" class??