grapes are bad for cats and deadly for dogs. fyi
... real question. does the word for cat follow a different plural ending? i thought it was -i
Keeli is singular, keela is plural. So to answer your question, yes it does because it already has an -i ending.
Why can't it be "avera kēla ipradis"?
That would make grados become the subject, so would be the grados are eating the cats, I think.
So, here the order matters because of the 3rd person verb (ipradis), right? Thanks for the attention
Oops. Grapes, not grados.