"You are all Americans" was fine for another question. "You are all Chinese" didn't work here.
Thanks for that. I have to say that I've never even noted the "report" function. I thought that here was the place to discuss the issues with the beta. Thanks again.
Many courses allow the American southern dialect of "you all" instead of "you" when it is plural. Separating it with the verb changes that to two separate words instead of using a Southern expression for "you".
Maybe you should rather translate by "you all are Americans", because this "all" could become maybe confusing later, linked to the nationality adjective rather than to the pronoun.
Use the report function. Course admins don't check the comment sections.
"You all" = plural form of "you" in the American south, but that is not separated by the verb which makes it two separate words.
Yes. It is pronounced Neenyee. Its like in Welsh; I is pronounced like the ee in bee. And I believe the I sound in English does not exist in Swahili.