If 'issa' implies a singular, masculine, third-person subject, then how would one distinguish between the sentences, "He is a good boy," and "The boy is good." Context?
I assume so. You can also switch the order between subject and adjective. The meaning is the same for both sentences so it's not a super important distinction to make. The question is whether Duolingo accepts both translations.
After more practice, it looks like the word order is SOV, so sȳz would be a predicate adjective.
When you click to know the meaning . The boy good is . this is wrong yes because it most be the boy is good . Not the boy good is and when you tyep the boy good is it take you an mistake