I'm thinking the point is "ka lā 'ehia" vs "ka Po'ehia"...? Which would be day of the week instead of date on a calendar. ?? (although I can't find "po'ehia" in any of the dictionaries...I thought that meant "which day" in some lesson here on Duo...?)
(edit: this theory was just disproven by a later exercise in this lesson!: "Keoki's birthday is on which day?" Translation: Aia ka lā hānau o Keoki ma ka lā ʻehia? Oh well!)
Aloha, e KarinLynn1. I thought ka la ‘ehia was new. I eventually found my way to the listing of words I have learnt (worth a look) and I think we both recall po’ahia (it’s an a). In wehewehe and manomano it does not exist. On google translate Hawaiian to English it gives po’ahia as Maori for hungry! I don’t know how to report this but hope to see a reply from a kupuna Hawaii/ kumu.