"she likes turkey and apples."
Translation:Tązhii bitsįʼ dóó bilasáana bił yáʼátʼééh.
It's a postposition (Navajo doesn't have prepositions), so it goes after the thing it connects to (the turkey and apples). Bił means "with him/her."
"Bił yáʼátʼééh" literally translates to "It is good with him/her," but more naturally serves the function of "s/he likes it."
The word-for-word translation of this sentence is: Turkey meat and apples, with her they-are-good.