"Have a good evening Emilian"
Translation:Jioni njema Emilian
How come i get it wrong when i say "mwema" inetead of "mjema"? Don't they both mean "good"?
The hover hints provide literal translations of individual words, and "kuwa na" is indeed the direct translation of the verb "to have." But in learning a language, you need to take into account context as well as the language patterns, and realize that literal translations don't always work (such as with this greeting). :)