Cesare M. wrote:Please correct me if I am wrong. It should not be hard for you to correct one little question.
No harder than it is to look up one little ending, amirite?
Cesare M. wrote:I might of translated these incorrectly, I don't know, but that's what I came up with according to the chart.
Do you know what the labels on the chart mean?
Here are the two you got right:
Lauva ēd aitu. "The lion eats a sheep."
Liela lauva ēd baitu aitu. "A big lion eats a white sheep."
Mak even told you right in his post what ending these nouns take in the plural and you still couldn't use it correctly.
Cesare M. wrote:The chart doesn't look like it had any difference between "the ____" or "a ______"
It doesn't. For that, you have to look at this chart. But again, this will only be of use to you if understand what the labels mean.