Translation:The book would not be read
Yes, in a way. The Swahili form of the 'answer' given here is kisingalisomwa. So for now, until this is fixed, everyone will have to take a second go at this one and remember to answer incorrectly in order to be correct.
Indeed, as long as you put 'NGA' in front of it. In Kiswahili, conditional tenses are represented by -NGE- (future) and –NGALI- (past), or -KI- (if). N.B. There's also -NGELI-, which is intended to denote unreal situations: Ningelikuwa ndege, ningeliruka. 'If I were a bird, I would have flown.'