"My father is happy."
Translation:Ñuha kepa kirine issa.
Would the word IS always follow the adjective(and verbs and nouns I guess) and never come before it?
When,"Issa" is used, meaning,"[he/she/it] is", it will always come at the end of the sentence or phrase, but when it is used, meaning, "Yes", it will come at the start (as far as I know).
If you know english well nothin I'm learning this language and I don't have any problem to understand the english to valyrian