For both a cherry or cherries do we use the same "bįįh yildeeʼį́ " Also I am curious about the pronounciation, is the sound of ii like a prolonged i or a repeated i-i. And what is the difference in sound of i /į/į́. Thanks!
ii is a prolonged i. All double vowels work that way; take a little longer saying them.
í (or any vowel with an accent mark) indicates a high tone (Navajo has two tones).
The hook under vowels means to nasalize them.
So į́ is a nasalized, high i.
I wrote it like it is supposed to be and it says I am wrong and the word biih is not listed.
Yeah Duolingo is broken
Also marked it wrong for me when it was correct.