I've reported it, but for anyone wondering, in English, we don't operate people, we operate ON people. This means "He's being operated on today."
Ah, so it's not 'on today' (like on monday) but 'being operated on'...
Let me say it this way. That particular aspect was my least problem concerning 'anapasuliwa' :D
Unchanged answer 4Nov19. Reported again
I love duo, but there are a lot of glitches in the Swahili course. Its cool though...I'm still learning something, (and using the report function alot lol)
You operate a machine, not a person. So unless he is a robot, you can't operate him. :-)
This still has not been fixed. 20032020
This is a really odd sentence.Had to read it over and still I was like.....what???
(I have been learning Swahili for years btw)
For a dane the sentence made sense though, that's how we would say it; he is being operated today (:
Yes, but unfortunately it's wrong in English:) and it still hasn't been corrected a year after it was reported
"He is being operated today" is nonsense English.
Yes it is nonsensical