So is this asking how things are at home? Like how's the family and such?
Yes. It means "how is everything (family, etc) at home"
Si. significa ; come vanno le cose a casa? tutto bene?
Sorta but mostly how clean and sturdy the house is so technically more about the house not family
Can someone explain why habari is mostly followed by 'za' but sometimes it's 'ya'? Thanks
Za - is plural and Ya - is singular . Like "how ARE things?" Apposed to "how IS something" . ZA is a broader way. And YA is more specific.
Duolingo, please give a turtle option with the words spoken slowly and separately!
Can someone give context for this greeting?
If you've been living away from home, you might say this near the start of a phone call
Also, if you have not seen a person for a while you would ask about all the family, and this is not uncommon (to start the conversation). It is part of the normal, polite greetings.
"ri" pronounces like "li"?
I wrote, how is the house dad, it said it was wrong. But how is home dad is correct?