How is the difference between Boni, Bisi, Koni, Kesi, Bony, Kony, Bisy and Kesy? Is so confused for me...
If it starts with a B, it's for living things. If it starts with a K, it's for inanimate things. If the initial letter is followed by es/is, it's close ("this" in English) If the initial letter is followed by on, it's not close ("that" in English) If the word ends in a y, it's singular. If the word ends in a i, it's plural.
From the tips and notes:
- kesy "this (inanimate)"
- bisy "this (animate)"
- kony "that (inanimate)"
- bony "that (animate)"
Change as needed for these/those. For example:
- bisy = these ones (animate)