"Horse is eating apples."
Translation:Łį́į́ʼ bilasáana yį́yą́.
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Navajo’s sentence structure is SOV, Subject-Object-Verb. This means that the verb will come last in the sentence rather than before the object. For example, the literal translation would be “A horse an apple is eating,” because the sentence order is different from English.
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