Is this a parting phrase?
Is usiku njema wrong? If so why?
Yes, because njema goes with N class nouns only.
Thank you for this. I wasn't aware yet, by my own fault, that there were different noun classes. How cool Is there a good way of learning which class certain nouns are?
What do you mean?
I am told by native speakers that this is not a good thing to say because it is wishing someone a good 'romantic' evening.
What's better than a non native speaker accidentally flirting with everyone
how is that possible i am native speaker and i didn't know that
I have a question... What does Have a and what does good night mean in that? Or is it all one phrase and cant be saud any other way?
It is a manner of wishing that someone have a good night and is more familiar.
Now I see why Duolingo said I had missed a space, with my "Goodnight, Rehema". It's not the greeting, like "good afternoon" or "good evening", but it seems to express the hope that Rehema will have a good night.
I said have a good evening and it told me I was wrong how is that so?
If I understand correctly you must say Have a good night. Not evening.
Mwema sounds like mama. Is that right, ?
No. The W sound is in there. Listening with headphones helps