What does the "Mn" part in Mnaandika mean?
m- = you (plural)
-na- = PRESENT TENSE
-andika = write
Hey French speakers ! Think of 'indiquer' to memorize the verb.
And why it is not "Uandika"?
You need the present tense marker in this because it is not negative.
U- = You
-na- = Present tense
-andika = Write
That would be a different (rarely used - only in newspaper article headings; nearly.) tense.
That tense still adds an extra a though, so
waandika = you/they write
mwaandika = you (pl) write
twaandika = we write
I think there's a bug in the system because when i pick the right answer, it refuses to accept. hope they fix it.
I selected mnaandika but it said I left out one of the options indicating unaandika