"Four divided by two is two."
Translation:ʻEhā puʻunaue ʻelua he ʻelua.
There are different transitional word styles in all of these that I'm getting twisted all day long. So on this one I added the "i" inbetween "pu'unaue" and "'elua" and I even scrolled over the words and it gives that suggestion. That the "by" means "i". But wrong after wrong.
They got me all twisted. "'Ehā pu'unaue me 'elua he 'elua". "by" translates to "I", "ia", and "me". The issue is that sometimes they make you add it and this one faults you for adding it.