If anyone hears anything about if/when they'll be adding audio to the course, I'm very curious about that. I know it's oftentimes not up to the course creators, sadly. But here's hoping.
I think Navajo (and any other NA languages they'll hopefully add someday) would especially benefit from audio, given how different the pronunciation and phonology are from much of what an English speaker is likely to have heard or seen.
Thank you so much to the course contributors!
Yáʼátʼééh still means "Hello," but I imagine that adding "morning" to it makes this a literal translation of "Hello, morning." which becomes "Good morning" in English. It's important to note that tribal languages like this are very different from the languages we know and speak because Native Americans were very separate from the places that languages like English, German, Spanish, Russian, French, etc. were developed together.