"Jioni njema Rashidi"
Translation:Have a good evening, Rashidi
I saw someone in the comments earlier explain that there are different classes that nouns belong to, and depending on the word it becomes njema or mwema. I'm sure you will learn this in later lessons.. I hope lol. Anyway, it depends on the noun, not the gender.
Where to use them depends with the noun. Usage does not depend on the gender at all.
they kinda i guess let you know the common names in some of the countries who speaks swahili.
Why can I not say "Have a nice evening, Rashidi"? That is what I often hear as opposed to good.