Did I hear Unakimbea??????
They're SOOOO close in how they sound but i heard "mna"
Mm and oo sound really similar in their audio tracks. It may be helpful if there was a second of silence before they speak.
Any explanation on the construction of this word? Thanks!
M na kimbia. M is second person plural, na means 'are' and kimbia means running. I think.
Is the negative ending of the translations two "i" s or just dropped the a and leave the one "i"?
Una and Mna is still confusing!
Una is singular "you"
Mna is plural "you (all)"
The audio tracks are VERY slight in difference, so yes i agree the audio is tricky to differentiate.
U = peronal subject prefix for wewe ( you, singular)
na = tense indicator (present continous)
Kimbia = verb (run)