"Béégashii bilasáana bił yáʼátʼééh."

Translation:Cow likes apples.

October 12, 2018



This sounds as if there is a cow named "Cow." If you mean that a certain cow likes apples, it should say, 'The cow likes apples." You could also say that cows in general like apples, with "Cows like apples."

October 12, 2018


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Ahéheeʼ! :)

October 14, 2018


two of the three words in this sentence are spanish loanwords: béégashii comes from the word "cows" which is "vacas" (the v is pronounced like a b) and bilasáana comes from "manzana" the words for apple (the z sounds like an s in most of the Spanish speaking world) both of these things were introduced to the Americas by the Spaniards of the 15th century

November 11, 2018
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