I am utterly confused about how I should be reading a sentence that begins with fula, furia, and fwa. (I understand futa, so that's fine. I remember that I also know lam fwa.)
Can anyone help?
The grammar of the Na'vi allows to read a phrase. Even the order of words changes, the phrase keeps its sense. If the noun cases did not exist, change the order of words would change the sense of the phrase. Read this:Sunu oel ngati.Ngati sunu oel.Oel ngati sunu.
Do these phrases say the same thing? Yes. Were you able to read these phrases ? Yes. Why did you understand these phrases ? Because you read the words and check if there are accusatives, datives, etc. With that, you'll be able to place the words in order and understand the phrase.
Do that for the phrases begnning with fula, furia, and fwa.