The reason "Azantys" doesn't become "Azanti" similar to how "Vala" becomes "Vali" is because they are in different gender classes. If you notice, you'll see that apart from "Hontes" and "Azantys" all the other nouns we've learnt have ended in "a", like "Vala", "Taoba", "Kepa", "Abra", etc. This is because all those nouns are in the "Lunar Class" and the other ones are in the "Solar Class", and because of this, they conjugate differently.
When given the word Azantyssy on it's own, why can't iksaat be used to complete it? What about the word Azantyssy implies a "We"?
I'm going to hazard a guess that it's in "iksi" where the we is implied, as iksaat appears to mean "y'all are."
Well yeah - but the question was a "Fill in the blank" and one of the options was Iksaat - which should also be a correct answer so I'm trying to figure out why if given Azantyssy __, you can't answer iksaat.
Maybe it's just that this course is still new and in Beta stage. If you see a problem, report it so that the course can be improved. I don't speak Valyrian but from the little I understood of the language that option should be accepted.
Because you see who is acting/being by looking at how the VERB is conjugated. Iksat means "you are" (plural). Azantyssy simply means "knights" (plural). So you could say "Azantyssy iksat" but it would mean 'You all are knights' instead of 'They are knights'. I'm pretty sure but I'm not 100%. This is how languages like spanish are built so since this follows a similar type of pattern I suppose this is how it works in High Valyrian too.
They’re in different gender classes. Look up High Valyrian Lunar and Solar classes.
They should really give pronunciation. I kept pronouncing 'azantys' wrong until I read the tips and notes.
When you open a skill you'll see a key and often a lightbulb. The lightbulb is where the tips and notes are.