I wrote "eat this apple" which was actually the suggestion after I checked it, and it stated that I was wrong. Could someone please fix either the suggestion, or the answer?
It's both. Regular imperfective mode (≈present) can be used for imperative in the second persons. Context is key there. Navajo doesn't have a proper imperative tense so it makes do with imperfective or future.
Perhaps it's like the pushy Italian or Macedonian grandmother who demands that everyone eat more? From my experience with a cousin's grandmother, that was all she could say...
I put "All of you eat an apple" Shouldn't this be correct, too?
How can you tell the difference between them saying "Eat this apple" and "All of you eat apples"? I also used the suggested "You all eat apples" and that was incorrect as well. Could someone explain why? Thanks.
Why is "[food] daosą́ʼ" an observation here and a command in some entries?