"Kuendesha" can also mean to ride in an active sense as in "ride a bicycle". That's reflected in the definition but not in the grading.
so how do you say "I am driving"
That would be 'Ninaendesha' - the pronoun is carried in the prefix.
Ni- is I
U- is you (sing.)
M- is y'all (plural)
Audion sounds like "Unaendesha".
I think this is supposed to be 'Unaendesha', anyone else agree?
What's wrong with mnaendesha? I can think of a few instances where you might use the plural you (talking to the drivers of multiple vehichles, etc). Not many, granted, but it isn't incorrect.
Both are valid sentences. Don't know why you would think this one would be more correct. Depends on context.