Can we not say:
Kahi au i koʻu lauoho i nā kakahiaka a pau
Tried the same, marked as wrong but it seems correct if we understood the structure of the expression :o
Why is it marked wrong when i start with 'E' ?
I think that would mean, "I WILL comb my hair each morning" instead of "I comb my hair each morning"
Why is kālā used?
It's kēlā, not kālā. And it's a part of the expression "every/each...."
"i kēlā me kēia kakahiaka" = each morning
"i kēlā me kēia lā" = each day
"i kēlā me kēia ahiahi" = each evening I suppose and so on...
can it be keia me kela also? (I'll try that next time)
UPDATE: Ok, no. I switched it and got the admonition, "you have a typo" with keia and kela underlined. :) So there you have it!
what is wrong with " .. i na kakahiaka a pau" ?
I put the exact answer and it was mark wrong. First time in years that has happened.