"Télii bilasáana yį́yą́."

Translation:Donkey is eating apples.

November 7, 2018



How do I know when bilasáana is used as a plural or singular? I wrote "The donkey is eating an apple", but the correct answer is "The donkey is eating apples".

November 7, 2018


A native speaker said in a different thread here that in Navajo a noun is always in the singular unless you state some particular number or use the word "many" to make it plural.

January 8, 2019


Duo should accept a / the / singular / plural in these sentences.

November 9, 2018


I love Donkey—he's one of my favorite characters from Shrek—did we ever actually see him eat an apple in the movies though? lol

November 17, 2018


Why aren't articles allowed in the English translation? No English speaker would say the sentence that way.

January 9, 2019


Why was "The donkey is eating apples" incorrect....

March 5, 2019
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