"Yes, I am truly Daenerys."
Translation:Issa, drējī Daenerys iksan.
I wrote "Issa, dreejii Daenerys iksan" and my answer was marked wrong. I thought that doubling a vowel was an acceptable alternative to using the macron over the vowel.
Yes, that should work. If it doesn't, it's a mechanical error. It's a general course parameter that you should be able to type a doubled vowel for a vowel with a line over it. I shouldn't have to program it in. If it's consistently not working that's a problem—and one I don't necessarily know how to fix.
I got it wrong and it said "Issa, nyke drējī Daenerys iksan." - what does "nyke" mean or what is it used for in this sentence?