Bee means "with him / by him" (or her). Itʼs a preposition + person. Bee hólǫ́ means "it is/exists with him" = " he has".
Right. You all should report it. It is a postposition with a bounded pronoun: bee = bi-ee = 3-"with/by".
Yeah, they should have that as a note. I think He has or She has should be acceptable answers.
the things is that they are not so its frustrating to me as I cant progress
The hover hints just say "has". How are we supposed to know that we need to add He or she?
"she or he has" should be correct. Apparently only "he or she has" is programmed as correct when both say the same thing.
"Bee" is defined as simply "has". But when i select it for the definition it was wrong because it wanted "she or he has".
Because the course creators have done a ❤❤❤❤❤❤ job making the course. Also, the reason why it's "bee hólǫ́" rather than just "hólǫ́" is because postpositions decline for person and number, much like how prepositions do in Irish Gaelic. I'm not a Navajo expert, but I think you have to use "bee" with "hólǫ́" to specifically say "have", because as you pointed out, "hólǫ́" can also mean "there is/are" and "to exist".
Bee (Bih) translates as thats his/hers like: Doodah aye bee (bih)- no thats his or hers or theirs.
Hi, I used Duos tiny cards and it showed it as: he has/ she has/ it has...the tiny cards have several options for learning Navajo and the search engines (google, you tube etc.) will give you spoken Navajo. Just a heads up..