Yáʼátʼééh! Of course yes. I have reported all the errors here. The hints are wrong, the Navajo sentence is wrong, the "Correct sentence" is wrong, and "My answer should be accepted":
My maternal grandmother has an older sister.
Note: the Navajo word ádí cannot be used as a possession. Here, the possessed form is bádí. And, Navajo actually uses a possessed form for the subject and the object here, then, the English would literally be "My maternal grandmother has her older sister / bádí."
Ahé heé, Diego, I was beginning to think my interpretation was incorrect.. Goshį'į' Lá.
I also had to select maternal mother as no option to put in maternal grandmother
Thank you. I just keep reporting, sometimes a lot, because I understand this is being newly developed. I am still grateful to have access to this.
Shi ma sani is maternal grandmother Shi nali is paternal grandmother The word for grandfather that their not using here is "shi cheii" my grandpa. There is sooo many mistakes on this app...
Paternal grandfather is shi nali hosteen. Yahdilah!!! Yahdilah translates to gahh or wth really?