Not to be confused with killer carrots.
does kila agree with nouns?
Could you elaborate on what you mean ?
adjectives have to agree with noun classes via prefixing, I was wondering if this was the case with "kila"
Kila is a word that doesn't have to conjugate.
And "kila" always precedes the noun, whereas all other adjectives follow the noun (and have to agree with the noun class).
I think it is wrong
Is this by any chance derived from Arabic "kul" (each/every)? Or is this a native Bantu word?
why isn't "all the carrots" correct?
That would be "karoti zote".