Oh boy this is one of those languages that's impossible to pronounce.
What does "bitsįʼ" mean? Is it a noun-classifier for certain types of food?
it means meat in general
"bi-" means "its/his/her",
"tsį" means "meat". So, "its meat, the meat of".
I would presume it has something to do with meat, given how it's been introduced thus far.
I think it clarifies that it is a type of meat
Will there be audio for these lessons? I have no idea how to pronounce these words.
I put "I eat chicken and pork".
Would this also be acceptable?
It may. However, it is ordered like "Bisóodi bitsįʼ(Pork/Bacon) dóó naʼahóóhai bitsįʼ(Chicken)" is the question, so do not be surprised if it is not accepted.
No because it says pork first. So you should put "I eat pork and chicken
for "yishą́" either "I eat" or "I am eating" should be accepted. Otherwise, you should set up exercises which woul make understandable when you translate "I eat" and when you translate "I am eating"
Like say roast beef you know coming from the cow it is like pork meat chicken meat