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  5. "He likes (it)."

"He likes (it)."

Translation:Makemake ʻo ia.

October 7, 2019



Hi, in a previous sentence it says ʻaʻole ʻoe makemake it means you donʻt like it, and in this one the subect order changes, now is after the verb makemake. So, the SUBJECT can be before and after? Or is it because is a 3rd persona pronoun?


In negative sentences that begin with ʻaʻole, apparently a subject pronoun can move before the verb.

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