Come on now
So haya = hawa for ji/ma? Did anyone know where I can get a list of the things? They don't have negatives for any noun classes except for m/wa in the tips and notes
Easy rule of thumb for classes outside M/Wa, just add ha-
M/Mi: ha+u/ha+i = hau-/hai-
Ji/Ma : ha+li/ha+ya = hali-/haya-
Ki/Vi: ha+ki/ha+vi = haki-/havi-
N/N: ha+i/ha+zi = hai-/hazi-
U/N: ha+u/ha+zi = hau-/hazi-
Either way it's confusing
I hovered over the letters and the prompter said They did not rot the fruit !!!!!
Actually "fruits" is wrong here. It's about particular fruit that didn't rot; not about different kinds of fruits
How do you know?
It should be 'fruits' since matunda ni wingi meaning 'matunda' is in prural. 'Tunda' singural
But in English, "fruit" also serves as a plural.