"The boy is praising the girl."
Translation:Taoba riñe rijas.
Does anyone know the difference between 'as' and 'is' at the end the the verb?
Here the -as indicates a singular (he praises: rijas) whereas -is indicates a plural (they praise: rijis).
In my opinion a good number of verbs (but not all) encountered on the course seem to follow this or something close to it.
I think the verb to praise / rijagon is as follows in the present tense:
- rijan I praise
- rijā you praise (singular)
- rijas he/she/it praises
- riji we praise
- rijāt you praise (plural)
- rijis they praise