"His brothers are teachers"
Translation:Kaka zake ni walimu
Some plural forms for addressing people keep the same.
From KU (University of Kansas):
See in the link below, Other nouns of people:
Here, there is also the word "babu/mababu" but in the ji/ma class:
The same for "bibi/mabibi" (grandmother/grandmothers) in Wiktionary:
I understand, and sorry if I do not remember well the grammar notes. I try to repeat lessons and share some information. This is from the notes (People):