How do we know if this means "The knights are happy" or "They are happy knights"? Could it be both?
The knights are happy- azantyysy kirini issi
They are happy knights- kirini azantysy issi
Ya it technically is the same
It can be both
I can' t hear the audio, it's only my problem?
Its because the audio doesnt exist
From what I've seen till now,
Kirine hontes is the happy bird
Hontes kirine issa is the bird is happy.
In a language without articles, how does one distinguish between implied articles?
From the context. Of course it's easier when we have a longer excerpt rather than one sentence, but it's Duolingo :)