"If I will be sick I will go to the hospital"

Translation:Kama nitakuwa mgonjwa nitaenda hospitali

March 4, 2017



One can also say, 'nikiwa mgonjwa nitaenda hospitalini'. Kenyan version

April 6, 2017


Why is it not hospitalini? Because with the verb kwenda, you almost always indicate that you are going into a place with the ni at the end of the verb?

March 4, 2017


It should be hospitalini.

March 6, 2017


It can be both. If u were to say 'i will go ti school' it wld translate to 'nitakwenda shule' or 'nitaenda shuleni'

April 6, 2017


Why are nikiwa and hospitalini not accepted?

May 5, 2019


Other exercises require leaving the "ku" on "kwenda", so I was surprised when the only thing I got wrong here was "nitakwenda" instead of the required "nitaenda". Can someone illuminate the difference for me please?

March 24, 2017


In kenya we can say it both ways

April 6, 2017


In tanzania the better version is "nitakwenda" but both ways are right

November 15, 2017


I think the insistence on "enda" is uncalled for. I hope they allow both choices ("enda" and "kwenda") in the final version of this course, because use of both is widespread, and it would be very difficult to make a case that one is "more correct" than the other. I have an instructional book by a Zanzibari author that uses -kwenda throughout (though offering -enda as an alternative.)

June 9, 2017
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