"You are going to sweat in that city."
Translation:Kono oktiot nagīlā.
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Should this be konot instead of kono, since it precedes a noun beginning with a vowel? Assuming that oktiot is in the locative case, the tips for that lesson indicate:
Again, for singular forms that end in t (excluding those that end in ȳrot) the t reappears when the following word begins with a vowel.