"You are Chinese"
Translation:Wewe ni Mchina
Anyone know the difference between the "M" and "Wa" starts on the Proper Nouns?
The plural nouns for persons use "Wa-" and the singular nouns use "M-", and also for the word "mdudu" (insect) / "wadudu" (insects) and "mnyama" (animal) / "wanyama" (animals).
Some examples here:
I think its the difference between singular and plural adjectives much like Spanish, but I'm not entirely sure.
I think the mmm at the beginning is subtle and short And china is pronounced with soft vowels. MmChee-nah
The "correct" answer on mine was Ninyi ni wachina, which makes no sense to me.