It makes more sense to accept: you are not a grandmother
What? I use this sentence all the time!!
the developers must've been running out of possible questions at this point.
This helps, all this tomato talk made me wonder if I may be one.
I am not sure how to use this sentence. But ok.
It does also accept "You are not a grandmother."
In Kenya nyanya means grandmother, but not in Tanzania.
Ik ben geen tomaat; ik ben een appel! (Anyone who's done the Dutch course will get the joke.)
Thank goodness! I was worried for a while there...
hahah my friends used to call me a tomato back in school
If nyanya could also mean "tomatoes" then why is "you are not tomatoes" as translation for "wewe si nyanya" not accepted?
Why would anyone think someone was a tomato!LOL as I wrote the answer cos I was sure I must have got it wrong!
What about "Usio nyanya" or even "Wewe sio nyanya" ?
Thanks. I wasn't sure.