"They are singing."
ok so i kept getting confused why some sentences had an issi or iksi and some didnt and now i think it might be because its a verb and not a noun because the sentence doesn't need one but another sentence like: Abri iksi (we are women) needs it because it's a noun. (I think). Please add if you can confirm or correct me :)
The irregular verb to be / sagon :
- iksan I am
- iksā you are (singular)
- issa he/she/it is
- iksi we are
- iksāt you (plural) are
- issi they are
(All in the present indicative.)
Yes, the verb sagon "to be" is not used with verbs in High Valyrian to form a present continuous tense i.e. "to be singing" in English. It is used with nouns to say "to be something" though.