Waholanzi is pural, mholanzi is singular. Hope this helps!
right, so shouldn't it's plural form be Dutchman instead of Dutch the singular form?
it is not - in English "Dutch" can be either plural or singular.
Is capitalization less rigidly defined in Swahili? I've noticed in some of the sentences the nationalities are capitalized and in others they are not. Or is this simply an indication of the beta status of this course?
As I've come to understand, capitalization is not a factor.
It's beta; there are guidelines. Capitalization in Swahili is similar to English.
For this sentence, what's the difference between saying "They are Dutch", and "They are Dutchman"?
"They are Dutch." refers to their nationality.
"They are Dutchmen." would be grammatically correct (man is singular), but makes no sense to me.
My sound button isn't working.....So I can't hear the pronunciation