why doesn't the 'o.... keia pattern work?
ʻaike he and ʻaike ʻo are 2 forms of "equivalence" sentences. ʻaike he is used when something "is" and ʻaike ʻo is used when something "is the"
I just can't get when to say "ka pia" and just "pia." I can't figure out the rule.