Are there articles like "a", "an" and "the" in Navajo? Would this sentence essentially mean the same thing as "THE bear eats fish" and "the bear eats THE fish", or is this literally "bear eats fish" and sounds unnatural to say in Navajo as it does in English?
Yáʼátʼééh! As much as I know:
shash => bear / a bear / bears / the bear / the bears
łóóʼ => fish / a fish / the fish (singular and plural, also "fishes")
So, I think many variations are possible here. :)