-sa, -za, -as, What is the difference?
What are the differences between these three endings? I can't seem to find it anywhere and it's messing me up during the lessons. I never know which one to use.
It depends on which verb you're conjugating. See: https://wiki.dothraki.org/High_Valyrian_Verb_Tables#Fricative_stems_and_Consonant_clusters
I feel a tad overwhelmed with that and I don't quite understand what 1s 2s 3s and 1pl 2pl and 3pl are supposed to mean. I'm still quite confused
1st person singular (I) 2nd person singular (you - singular) 3rd person singular (he/she/it) 1st person plural (we) 2nd person plural (you - plural) 3rd person plural (they)
I see you've tried your hand at Spanish. High Valyrian verbs work similarly to those, including the fact that you don't have to use pronouns for them.
Oh, really pronouns are not needed? I figured they would be considering there is a whole skill on pronouns
Not needed doesn't mean they don't exist. Just like in Spanish. They do have their uses, but a simple sentence doesn't need a separate subject, unlike in English, where you need to say "he sits" for a complete sentence. In High Valyrian "sits" would be enough.