In the tips and notes, kama was used without -ki-, with -ta- in both clauses. Is this doubling up possible to? Is kama there for emphasis?
nina swali sawasawa
There is no need for kama here
So is this an error in the course, or something optional/the speaker's choice?
As a teacher I find this sentence really disturbing. It should be "Kwa sababu tunahitaji kwenda shuleni, tutaamka kabla ya kukamua ng'ombe".
Hahaha it is a very laid back attitude to going to school
We would not say this in English as it suggests we might NOT wake up. We would rather say: WHEN we wake up, we will go to school
or, "If I wake up in time", "If I wake up early enough", etc.
Or else we'll go to the graveyard...
I propose =D : If whenever we wake up, we will go to school.
How could we say: WHEN WE WAKE UP.
Is it tutakapoamka?thanks ;)