"I have"


October 26, 2018

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Hólǫ́ roughly means "(subject) possesses a physical object". It normally must be paired with shee/shi or bee/bi.


Hi. The "Shizhe'é hóló," was said to mean "I have a father". Shi- apparently means "my". Where is the subject you're talking about here? Wiktionary says "hóló," means existence or location. I would interpret "Shizhe'é hóló," as "My father exists", which must be an equivalent of "I have a father". However if you're right it seems to mean "My father has..." Has what? Or otherwise father is not a subject. I'm confused a little bit.


When do you use hólǫ́ and when do you use holoʼ. They seem to be mixed up in this lesson, so I reported it.    


i had this issue too. i don't want to download anything from an unknown source. this issue is really frustrating. i've been using duolingo for a while and would hate to leave for a literally a technicality.


i can't pass this question using my phone because my keypad does not have the character for the second vowel.


I had this same issue. Download t'ahdii multiling keyboard, as well as the plugin. Add "Navajo", and you shojld be good as far as a droid phone. Not sure about iphone.


That app didn't work on my droid phone but I found one at nativeinnovation.com in tbe navigate to dropdown menu.


Anyone know how to get ǫ́ on the English International keyboard? Is it even possible? At least I can get past that screen using the cut/paste character with an admonition to watch my accents.


No sound on the pronunciations


hóló doesn't mean I have it means there is. The translation is I have in this context but asking what hóló means with no context and only accepting have is bizarre. Sorry, phone keyboard doesn't have nasal hooks.

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