"I eat pork and chicken."
Translation:Bisóodi bitsįʼ dóó naʼahóóhai bitsįʼ yishą́.
Hi does your phone's keyboard have all letters and signs? Can you write the answer here once more, maybe we can figure it out together. My european Keyboard doesn't have all letters, so makes it pretty much frustrating to find the right ones. And often you might think you actually added the most similar looking letters and signs and still it's wrong though, so to me it seems like that beside the look of the letters ecc it mostly depends how the letter we'll be pronounced I think otherwise it supposed to be working but it doesn't no matter how close the answers look like.
It means "its meat/flesh." It makes the difference between referring to a live animal vs the meat you eat.
You won't find pork without bitsįʼ, but you will find both turkey and chicken without bitsįʼ, because we don't have separate words for turkey meat or chicken meat in English. Pork without bitsįʼ just means pig.
One of the bugs in this course is that there is no distinction in the picture cards for turkey vs turkey meat. When you have a full sentence, you can usually figure out what is meant (if it's being eaten, you need the bitsįʼ).