what is "se" if there is no "and" in language?
"se" is "and", but it's only used to join sentences, I think, not nouns.
Issa, hegnīr issa.
Yes, it is like that.
I used 'iksat' and it said i got it correct except I had a typo. It showed it as using 'iksã'. Both are defined as you are, so now I'm wondering if anyone is noticed a difference or if they can be used interchangeably. Best guesses?
They can't be used interchangably. "Iksāt" is plural and "iksā" is singular.
❤❤❤❤❤❤ iksa and iksat always get me