what is the difference between SYRI and SYZ?
I think Syri for plural and syz for singular.
I thought Kessa was High Valyrian for "yes"? That is what the creator of the language said it was
I put "Yes, they are good boys" and it was marked wrong.
Without the verb to to separate the subject and object, how do I tell which is which here? Both the plural suffix and the accusative suffix appear to be -i.
"Yes, they are good boys" would be "Issa, sȳri taobi issi", based on what I saw in a different discussion board.