I prefer to give more clarification via Skype group call discussions. I teach a class (that I had suspended temporarily due to other things) and if you are willing to join in conjunction, you are welcome.
I also offer private lessons via Skype and will be available towards the end of October/beginning of November.
But, in short, yes, you are using it correctly. Da' goes in front of the sentence. There are slight differences in the way it sounds to a native speaker when using the three question particles to formulate questions.
I'm 16years old and had been wanting to learn Navajo. My school was goingbto offer but the instructor cancelled the clas..now being able to call my mom and tell her this makes me and her so happy! Navajo is her first launguage so she tried to help sometimes but seeing this in text really helps thank you so much!
My DAD's a teacher: Mr. NACHO. He teaches AT A school.
AND IS INTERESTED IN studying EGGS, EATING & ZEBRAS.
He also likes to play in GOO! Before DINNER TIME.
"YA" That's my strange DAD. Always GOING to SHIPROCK to roll around in the mysterious puddle of goo.
Are you GOING to SHIPROCK too, to play in the goo?
DAʼ NAAT ' Á A NI IN ÉÉ Z GÓÓ DIN Í YÁ?"
ACCENT: 1: ʼ 1: ' 5:´´´´
Da Naat'áaniinéézgóó diníyá
Hi. :) Of course. You know when you click on an underlined word, it drops down the translation of that word or phrase? The word góó gets translated as you, you is also included in the next word, diníyá (in the drop down box). Is that a normal? So we are asking, "Are you (you) going to Shiprock?" (If things were directly translated).
This is what really sucks about this course: a great many examples are given, which are erroneous, or if you use them you will be marked wrong. For example, on one tile, the "correct" answer for " Are you going to Shiprock?" is written as "Da' Naat'áani Nééz góó diníyá? Soon afterwards, when asked to spell that, you are marked "wrong" because they say it is " Da' Naat'áaninééz góó diníyá?" This is just one of many examples of this, the typo's never get fixed, so maybe someone is having a little fun? I don't know, but it's very annoying.