Yeah, aside from the bad English in the course, the thing that I'm hoping they improve is the contextlessness. Like, instead of having just "we like", they should give us a sentence, like "we like books" or even something stupid like "we like knees".
Yeah, this should should have a subject because "read" could mean "soma", "someni ", "ninasoma", "nilisoma", "unasoma", "unasoma" etc.
I think the subject can be dropped where it's clear from context, but it's still a terrible exercise.
I think the word usually needs to be accepted here. Some of the examples in tips and notes use it, and it certainly shows the difference between a habitual action and something you are doing at the moment or once. Once again, I find it hard to believe this course is out of beta.
I have the same question. According to Tips and Notes, "Unlike -na- tense, the hu- aspect marker does not take a subject prefix instead it must be preceeded by a noun or a personal pronoun."
I believe this means that the exercise is incorrect, and the right answer should be "Yeye husoma".