Translation:You have oranges
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Can you use a normal pronoun in conjunction with a verb-subject pronoun? "Wewe una machungwa"
I'm thinking of something like Spanish where you could say "tengo <something>" or "Yo tengo <somthing>" where the subject is shown by the verb conjugation, so you don't need the pronoun, but you can include it for emphasis if you like.
What's the rule in Swahili?
Yep, same as in Spanish, Turkish and other pro-drop languages ... you can use the pronoun for emphasis.
No, chungwa is singular, machungwa is plural. So, "Una chungwa" would be "You have an orange."
Ok why is there only una, ana and wana in this series, now i still dont know "i have" :we have" and "you have" (plural)
Uwe na subira! Majibu unayotafuta yatakuja!
Have patience! The answers you seek will come!
Already answered above: Chungwa is singular, machungwa is plural. So, "Una chungwa" would be "You have an orange."