Yes you are!
I'm going to say this to my doggo from now on
Does the sound not work?
Yes, there is sound now!
With this sentence something is wrong. Taoba is singles, iksā are plural. Is this sentence normal?
From what I understand, iksā is singular, while iksī is plural.
In general, the suffix -a is for the singular form and the suffix -i is plural.
iksī is plural "we are", iksā is singular "you are", iksāt is plural "you are" or "y'all are" :)
True! my bad, copied from the post above :)
A typo isn't a mistake. Am i taking a high valerian spelling test or learning to speak it?