Translation:Actually, my commander is my mother.
What is the difference between using "ñuhys" and "ñuha"? I'm guessing it's just that the endings need to be the same as their nouns? Thanks
I understand now:
- Ñuha - My (Nominative singular), Ñuhi - My (Nominative plural).
- Ñuhe - My (Accusative singular). Ñuhii - My (Accusative plural).
- Ñuhys (Singular nominative).
- Ñuhi (Singular accusative).
Hope this helps.
Ñuhyssy (Plural nominative)
Ñuhī (Plural accusative) Anything that ends in "ī" tends to be a plural accusative.
¨Actually, my mother is my commander.¨ Is it that different? ok, i get it (was just joking /-), is about following the syntax order.