why do we use the "i" that is in front of "'ehiku"?
this other thread about the same question for a difference exercise gives an answer:
it's the object mark, right?
The extra keystroke in front should be shown as a typo
I'm not sure, but i believe that the 'i' is used when it's related to an action. But it should be on the typos.
I am confused about momona meaning either sweet or juicy. They are not close in English but duolingo is using for both. Mahalo kakou
also means 'fat', and when referring to land it can mean 'rich' i.e.productive