"Hawa wa ni wazazi wangu"

Translation:These are my parents

3/2/2017, 9:16:38 PM

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Why the extra "wa"?

3/2/2017, 9:16:38 PM

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Must be a mistake. Shouldn't be there.

4/6/2017, 10:39:44 PM

https://www.duolingo.com/esperanto1887

thought so too.

4/30/2017, 7:19:34 PM

https://www.duolingo.com/EileenRaff2

I did wonder.

4/13/2017, 3:49:58 PM

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still there--and reported--March 2018

3/14/2018, 9:24:58 PM

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Or is it indicating the parents' possessions? "These are of my parents" or "These are my parents'", assuming that you're pointing at something?

5/4/2017, 10:16:19 PM

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A sentence like that would be something like "Hizi ni za wazazi wangu"

6/15/2017, 1:58:43 AM

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No. It does not mean parents' possessions but rather the parents themselves

5/4/2017, 11:18:15 PM

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I did some experiment and wrote - these are parents of mine. Did not work. =D

10/4/2017, 11:46:44 AM
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