What kind of nails are these? Are they the nails you hammer in, or the ones on your fingers?
Ah. That makes a lot more sense. Do you know if some people shorten the singular to "ucha" or if bwana-b made a typo?
I think some words are shortened (perhaps if there is no confusion with the word meaning when people use them in colloquial conversations), but I do not know if this is that case.
According to the notes on the lesson page, yep. Google translate also confirms it.
The only exception is that some words are mw- in the singular and mi- in the plural, but that's only when there's a vowel (e.g. mwavuli and miavuli, or umbrella/umbrellas)
where can i find the declensions of the possesives ? langu - wangu - yangu - lake - wake - wako - wenu etc ? thanks