Question: Habari za usiku - how is the night? Habari za jioni - how is the evening? Are these correct?
I'm trying to find a way to remember that "usiku" means "night", so I've come up with "you sleep good" (which sort of rhymes with "usiku" I'm guessing, although without audio I can't be sure) as a memory aid. Hope this helps someone! :)
Lol awesome. After ive played this level over n over i realized "Asubuhi" and "Usiku" both have "u"s and "mchana" makes me think "morning after" becasue it's afternoon
It's not that you're incorrect. It's just that the course is still in beta. I imagine it's helpful to them to point out places that need work, though (politely, of course), so definitely keep doing that.
I lived in Tanzania for a while and you would only say 'habari za usiku' to a prostitute! It's actually offensive. Generally at night people would say 'habari za jioni' - even though 'joini' is 'evening'