"Honti" vs "Hontesse"
I've been studying High Valyrian out of curiosity and for fun. So far, it has been going fairy well. But I don't understand when I am supposed to use "Honti" or "Hontesse". Similar with the two different plural forms of "Azantys" (Knight). If someone could please explain it would help a lot.
It is the accusative case vs. the nominative case (compare him vs. he in English). The accusative case is used when a noun is the direct object of a verb, in other words the thing that something is being done to. The nominative is used when the noun is the subject, in other words the thing that is doing something.