The question before the answer was Puhi palaoa 'o ka'iulani, for ka'iulani bakes bread. Why is this different order?
It seems a bit inconsistent when the is necessary and when not - is there a rule?
Hawaiian uses ka/ke with abstract and general nouns, so in situations where English doesn't include an article, Hawaiian still wants one. I try to consider what context would make the most sense for the sentence and go with that.
"He is baking the bread" is wrong, why?