The sentence needs to state "You all are Chinese" to imply the plural tense
... or Duo should accept the singular, too. English is simply ambigious here and both translations are correct.
What about ''wewe ni mchina''? Is that wrong?
I guess this is in the section with all the plurals, but it seems like both should be valid.
I know right! Thats what i put and i got it wrong
What is the difference between Mchina and Wachina?
Singular and plural
Wachina is more than one mchina is just one
There's nothing implying that the answer should be stated in the plural sense
The only hint is the capitalization in the word bank. I agree that the singular should be valid.
Is there a difference between "Nyinyi" and "Ninyi"?
check out the hints at the beginning of Swahili -- i just read it and learned the difference
No they are spelled differently but mean the same thing
It doesn't state if its singular or plural, like several has mentioned above.
Wa expresses the plural
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I hate that there is no distinction between plural you or singular you. Like, I know both but I'm guessing and hoping that's what they meant.
you can't distinguish the 2 in English, so both Swahili translations are usually accepted
Wewe ni Mchina = You are Chinese. Correct?
Wewe is plural so why is this wrong
wewe is singular, 'nyinyi/ninyi' is plural
No spoken translation of China
I think that is correct!