Would "How is your afternoon, mom?" be acceptable? The hint says that "ya" means of, so would it be logical to say that "your" works as it's the afternoon of the mother (as in possessive or personal) or is that contextually wrong for whatever reason? Thanks for the feedback!
And why's "How is your day, mother?" wrong in here? The daytimes are giving me a headache, seriously :D
Why is mchana used as "afternoon" in this sentence and it really means "daytime"?
And just a few questions earlier... it was Habaria ZA mchana mama... so what is it and when/why?
A comma is missing before “mom”, like: How is the afternoon, mom? It's very confusing without the comma. It's like talking about a kind of mom, like morning mom or afternoon mom. I wonder whether a comma should be used in the Swahili sentence as well.