Translation:How do we go?
You would say "Tunaenda?" and give an upward inflection, much like how you would ask a question in English. A person could then reply "Tunaenda." which means "We are going". I know it's confusing at first, but you'll get it :)
Oh, thank you, it turns out the problem is that I got so focused on prefixes that I did not see that -je suffix. I assume it has to do with "how" and we will get it at some point, though.
You're actually very correct! The suffix -je is used when speaking of how something will be done.
You can also say "Je, tunaenda?" At the start of a sentence, "je" tells the reader/listener that your statement is a question.
what is the difference between the Je at the beginning of a sentence and -je used as a suffix?
Actually, question tone in Swahili is downward, so opposite of English...