"I have a mother."
I can't seem to figure out how to add the underlying nasal tone to my keyboard for the answer.
I have a multilingual keyboard that was free and has Navaho. The last ǫ́ is made with the same key as the first ó, and then you add " ̨ " which looks like a backward comma. It automatically prints the lower mark in the same space so it is attached, " ǫ́ ". On my keyboard, it is the last key next to the "m".
I wrote the verb the way it is at the top of this discussion, but was told I had a typo and the correction5 was given as " holoʼ ". In a previous sentance saying " I have a father ", this " holoʼ " was used. I reported it, but I am wondering if the two different versions are related to gender.