Can anyone tell me the difference between "Kesy" and "Bisy"?
I wrote "kesy syz korze", since i'm thinking that kesy means "this is" and not "that one". Then why is there an "issa" in the correction? Isn't there two "is" in that sentence in that case?
"kesy" in this case means only "this" and "issa" shall be placed at the end of the sentence as usual....
"kesy" -> this is -> refers to the object;
"issa" -> is -> refers to the subject;
I think is it, sorry if it is not.
Actually, there is no object in a sentence with "issa".
Kesy = this one for non animated nouns.
Bisy = this one for animated nouns.