1. Can you use an ordinal number on a noun with an adjective, or is the ordinal considered an adjective itself, thus violating the only-one-adjective rule? i.e. can I say lojmIt Doq cha’DIch or would it have to be Doqbogh lojmIt cha’DIch?

2. How do you count objects with an inherent plural form? jav jengva’ or jav ngop? If the latter, does it still take a singular prefix (jav ngop wIqem)? (I may be overthinking this but I can’t trust my instincts on these inherent plurals, they are weird)

qatlh'erIn Asked question March 17, 2020