Hm, very gender normative :)
Mama yangu hapenda kusafisha...
Asante! I think it's the multiple points of agreement on the same word (i.e. negative verb subject triggers negative verb ending) that throw me off.
You can think of the i as being the negative present marker. Li- becomes ku-, me- becomes ja- (more or less), ta- stays the same and na- becomes -i
Should this be in the "Sarcasm" bonus skill?
What is Swahili for, "Mother has OCD"?
Not this mama... ;)
Ah, yes, the cry of the person who can't be bothered to help round the house.
"But mother /likes/ to clean..."
There is absolutely no mama that anapenda kusafisha...
Not even. She just likes clean spaces
why does this guy have to SHOUT
This is a sexist stereotype
Maybe she has occ
Kuna watu wachache tu wanaopenda kusafisha.
To have only a few people that like to clean?
Thats my mom
Im a fool for putting "mom" and got it wrong.
Well, that's sexist.
You're right, as a generalising statement, it is, and close to no one like to clean.
Well, actually i do like to clean but I do object to being stereotyped! ( I am female) Sadly sexist stereotypes are alive and well in Tanzania and Africa generally
❤❤❤❤ this they count you off when you mom instead of mother?! Duolingo is a shit eating program