My name is Emilian is correct. I'd recommend reporting yours as well as it could be correct but the contributors to the course haven't added it yet.
when translating FROM swahili TO english, swahili word order doesn't matter. That is, the fact that "Emilian is my name" is perfectly correct (though slightly less common) English is all that matters here.
that's fine. my point was that word order shouldn't matter in English. So, yes, you should have reported it to get what you put as an acceptable translation.
If you check the definitions, there is my. So, you instantly know that it has to do something with my
Is it possible for anyone here to tell me the pronunciation of this word: langu.
Is it lang-gu
I have a feeling it's the latter, but just for clarification.
Do other Bantu languages have separate possessive pronouns like Kiswahili? I thought prefixes (to the possessed word) are used for this purpose in (most) African languages...
Emilian is my name is just as correct as, My name is Emilian in American English.
I'm not sure by what you mean by 'laku' but 'lako' means yours and "langu" means mine.