"My boat's master is a knight."

Translation:Ñurho lōgro āeksio azantys issa.

June 1, 2019

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i don't understan when do you use "ñurho" and when you use "ñuho" i thought you knew based on the noun being singular o plural, but in this case ñurho is used before loogro (singular for boat) and i have writen ñuho before raqiro (also singular) can somebody help me understand it?

June 1, 2019

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It's the gender of the noun. For aquatic nouns, it should theoretically be "ñuhro", but the h and the r switch places because of pronouncability.

June 1, 2019
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