As promised yesterday, today's video is a continuation of yesterdays' video. In order to convey the sentiment, "The coffee is good," or "I like coffee," you have to use the word "łikan," which means "it tastes good." The word "łikan" actually means "sweet" but it can convey a lot of different things based on the scenario. Since I'm too lazy to type it all out now... just watch the video! Lol, & have fun learning! :-) Oh yes, I also do a correction on the proper way of saying, "I like this..." or "I like that..." It clarifies what was taught in yesterday's video, so please watch it if you want to say "I like... such & such" correctly in Navajo! Thanks! :-)
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