What's the difference between yisha and yíyá? Is it just simple conjugation?
More or less.
Yishą́ = I eat it (note the "sh"--most first person verbs have a sh in them, as shi means I).
Yiyą́ = (s)he eats it
I am eating a potato."
why i use yį́yą́ for first person, i should use Yishą́ but he says it's wrong
The "I am eating a potato" exercise is incorrect. There are still a lot of errors in this course, unfortunately. Hopefully they will get fixed eventually.
Thank you very much
I put she is a tomato accudentaly
This didn't specify a female is eating the tomato.
What are the pronunciations?