"Bathe every day."
Translation:E ʻauʻau i nā lā a pau.
So, if an earlier sentence; " ʻAuʻau i nā lā a pau " and THIS sentence: " E ʻauʻau i nā lā a pau " both translate to " Bathe every day ", am I to assume they are interchangeable as imperative sentences?
Does one of the sentences carry more force? What I mean is, if there is an " E " in front of the action, does it mean the command is more serious?
Mahalo for insight in helping me understand this difference.
I'm just another student, but I would think you could use both phrases with either a statement or a command. They both mean to do the thing each day, just like "daily" and "every day" both mean to do it each day. I think they are pretty much interchangable. What makes this a command, instead of a statement is the "E" at the beginning of the sentence.