The father will always be a man right? Shouldnt it be the man is a father??
Shouldn't it be "Kepa vale issa?"
"Vale" is the accusative case; the second object of the copula should be in the nominative case.
It switched it around!
"he is a father and a man" should be correct too, isn't?
No, there is a different use for 'a' and 'ā, which in the second case means 'and'... 'he is a father and a man' would then be 'kapa valā issa'... But please correct me if I am wrong