"Woman" in Swahili is "mwanamke", a compound of "mwana" (daughter) and "mke" (wife). So to get the plural, you combine the plurals of both components, "wana" (daughters) and "wake" (wives).
Minor correction: mwana is child (either daughter or son) and not daughter
Why are all the images Caucasian people? They should be African people.
Most of mine are shown as Africans. I think they're picked randomly out of a selection of ethnicities each time you do a lesson.
LMAO ! I agree
Can "wanamke" also be used for "women"?
Yeah, I thought we just learned it was mwnamke. This was not set up well. Let us memorize one before adding another or explain why they are different!
mwanamke is a woman, wanawake are women.
Does mwanaume mean men?
Mwanuame = man
Wanaume = men