"She will graduate from college."
Translation:E puka ana ʻo ia i ke kula nui.
NĀ ʻANA: (REVIEW) NĀ MĀKA PAINU
= The tense markers
Parts of speech
Ua inu kekahi manu. = A bird drank. (Slide 13)
ʻOluʻolu kekahi noho. = A chair is comfortable.
No Tense, Past Tense, Present Tense, Future Tense,
Why is i used for "from" in this sentence, but in an earlier sentence ma was the correct word for from? The earlier sentence was I graduated from college. Are they completely interchangeable in these 2 situations, or is there rules why i is used in one situation and ma used in the other? The only difference I see is the tense of both sentences.