"She is eating a tomato."
Translation:Chʼil Łichxíʼí yį́yą́.
Google has an keyboard for download called GBoard and it has a Navajo keyboard with ALL the extra characters that makes texting the words out WAY easier. It even has the settings to suggest the navajo word you are typing making it one thousand times easier when forgetting the extra letters or anything. Hope this helps.
I have got í or į on my keyboard , but not a letter i with both these accents, so keeps telling me I'm wrong. Same with letter A and T. Have been through settings on my keyboard but can't change as no navajo listed under language input. Anyone know a way around this? Very frustrating.
I've gotten around it by using the ą or į then adding ' after the letter that has both the upper and lower accents (ą' or į'). My phone doesn't have the lower accent on o, so I just use ó for that one. I also take screenshots of ones that are accepted so I can refer back to those. Sometimes just the upper accent works (á or í). Also the "crossed t" isn't T, it's an L.