I don't get why "the daughter of my sister" is better than "my sister's daughter." The latter strikes me as more natural English.
I just reported it.
Reported this issue once again. Hasn't been corrected yet.
I'm confused. Why is "my" shown two ways? -- "ka'u" and "ko'u"? What am I missing?
It's koʻu tita because siblings are always O-class. It's kaʻu kaikamahine hanauna because your children and any other relatives of that generation are A-class.
Looks like a good lesson for the possessives "-a-" vs. "-o-." One link for "o" and "a" for two links or more?
"my sister's daughter" should be accepted
Oluʻolu kona makua kāne kōlea .My niece is my sister's daughter./My niece is the daughter of my sister. aren't these basically the same sentence
Is "the daughter of my sister is my niece" wrong?