Sentences with kinship terms like cheii should always allow alternatives that specify whether the term is maternal/paternal. My response of My maternal grandfather has a fish. was not accepted.
Shicheii =maternal grandfather, when i used it i was marked as incorrect, glitch maybe or am I wrong?
Could it be "fish" (plural) without the article? I haven't seen how to make things plural yet, but it seems like several of the examples use the same word for both singular and plural.
Yáʼátʼééh! I think yes. The word łóóʼ would be used for both singular and plural. :)
I tried "My grandfather has fish" and it was reported as incorrect.
Why is my maternal grandfather wrong?
When should it specify which grandfather to be used?