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I typed the answer to the best of my ability, but it won't accept it, no matter what I try
Me too the characters are not on my keyboard. I accidently got it once and have no idea how.
lį'į'' works as of 1.21.22. Lower case L and apostrophes (one and two) following the įs. Cheers!
Hold finger down over i and you will find į top right side of english keyboard
I can never get the correct spelling of horse in Navajo. I use my Navajo keyboard. I am always told that I have s typo. May I have some help?
Ahehee is this correct for thank you in Navajo?
Thank you for your help.
I can't type what it wants either. I don't have the special characters on my phone's keyboard.
Had to copy and paste from elsewhere for it to be correct. It doesn't render well in the app: łį́į́ʼ
Bofore i go thank you for helping me out in this question i could not have not done it without you
This system will not accept Łį́į́' as the Navajo word for "horse" - WHICH IT IS. I have tried several variants, including copy and pastebfrom actual Navajo texts, and it STILL will not accept it. Is there even sny point in commenting on this, seeing as this has been a problem for over a year?
But why should you expect them to fix a glitch like this which has existed for over a year? Apparently therr's no profit in it!
I even just attempted to report this to troubleshooting, but I couldn't even get that to work.
I even got the odd looking l this time and both of the i i that looked exactly like the answer they wanted and still it said it was wrong, what do you want for an answer? Łįį'
I wrote the answer to the best of my ability and it still won't count it right.
Is it the one that has the picture of the horse and says translate "horse"? If so follow my steps below, and you will pass the question. It worked for me when I did it. If it is translate this sentence, I am not sure if it works the same or if it is easier than the other question. If it is also hard, copy and paste this: łį́į́ʼ. If it still doesn't work try changing it a bit.
I copied and pasted from Duolingo dictionary "Łį́į́ʼ". But I got this way searching on Google these words: "horse navajo duolingo"