"You don't eat at night"
"Monosyllabic verbs like kula, kunywa, and kuja, drop the infinitive ‘ku’ in the negative present."
Hu is you, and li is eat as we can see from the sili question maybe in lesson 5 or 6. Put them together and it's huli and night is usiku (I think thats the spelling)
Well, I don't know about you, but I don't see anything wrong with a good old midnight feast.
@Jannis if it accepts your answer when a letter is wrong they highlight the "misspelt" word by underlining the right one in their answer, so you can take note.
Same if there are two correct answers, they'll mark you correct and offer what they meant as an alternative answer if yours is not what they had in mind.
It accepts the singular Swahili answer, so there is no problem because in English it can be either one.
It is however not clear if really accepts this solution since it will accept any solution where one letter is wrong....
I wrote hatuli usiku. How do I work out if it is a you (singular) or a you (plural). Surely both hatuli and hamli should be correct...or the 'you' should be stipulate as either singular or plural