His/her are the same in Swahili so both should be accepted
Yes, you're right...
Yes, I reported it.
Then good. Hopefully, they'll add it as an accepted answer.
I think that you should be able to say his or her first without changing the meaning of the sentence right?
It says the answer is His name, Her name... But when I entered that it said it's wrong?
It is correct, they just haven't fixed it yet. Please report it.
Turtle audio does not work.
Because these are human recordings and not synthesized speech
"His/her name" should be accepted for this question.
Did you report it as an ok answer?
So, unlike American and multiple other languages, Swahili has no use of gender when talking about someone? "She is tall..." For example.
Every time i type in the correct answer it keeps on saying that i am wrong.
i do what it shows but doesnt get accepted
The order is bolaney
This was difficult
I said the right thing and it kept saying I was wrong!
her name ... correct :)
i wrote "jina lanke", but it was absolutely correct — it was not mentioned that there is a typo. strange.
This needs to be repaired. I got it correct but it said wrong.