Why does it suggest ni _zuri but not accept this as a suitable answer?
The blank should be filled (with "m" for a person), so that would become
"Rehema ni mzuri." (She is a good girl/beautiful.)
Thank you! So "Rehema ni mzuri" has a different meaning from "Rehema hajambo".
I wasn't allowed to use "Rehema ni sawa". That should be accepted.
rehema iko muzuri should be good my grandma comes from kenya
That is very colloquial and not standard. :)
I used njema - rejected
"njema" is for N-class-nouns (9/10); people are in classes 1/2
"Rehema ni mwema." which would mean that she is good(hearted) - ~ema refers to the character of something/someone rather than state or health...
Likely it doesn't let you because it is teaching you other words. It's not that you're wrong just that the module is on a different topic.
why not "Rehema ni safi" is correct?
"Rehema ni safi" would equate to "Rehema is clean/hygienic/alright." (alright in a general sense and not answering a question of "How are/is...?")
Would Rehema ni poa not work? I know poa isn't formal