Why not 'arlī kirine issa'?
I guess it's because 'arlī' is an adverb, and so is placed before the verb.
Hi i am new and was hoping someone could please explain the difference between
Issa/ he is
if someone could please answer this i whould greatly appreciate it thank you.
Sincerely a total GOT geek
issa means "he/she/it is". It is also used as "yes".
Think of it like how if someone asked you a question like "is it raining?", you could answer "it is" instead of "yes"
*sad dragon noise
My autocorrect won't stop saying dandruff
Does word order matter?
Why not Kirine arlì daenerys issa?
So adverbs before verbs?