Is there a logical reason to why 'kupanda' both means to climb and to plant, or is it only a coincidence?
Start or begin have both the same meaning and should borh be considered correct
Why not "the farmer begins to sow"?
I wrote" The farmers are starting to climb " just for fun :-D
Actually I wondered why its the same word!
Mkulima is farmer, wakulima is farmers (pl.)
How about "The farmers start sowing"?
isn't kulima also the word for "teacher"?
"teacher" is mwalimu. It's confusing me too :-)