"Your guests are American."
Translation:Wageni wenu ni Wamarekani.
Just wondering is Wako the singular your when referring to a singular object, while as wenu is the singular your referring to a plural object?
Yes. Im wondering if it's wenu because guests is the plural or because 'your' refers to a plural/group. Im mostly adding this comment so i can get a notification when someone answers.
The latter applies: -enu is "your" (while the "you" is for >1 person). The prefix may change with singular or plural of the noun in front of the possessive pronoun. For mgeni(1)/wageni(>1) and other nouns of the M/WA noun class you have to use the prefix "w", both for singular and plural of the noun. Examples for "your guest(s)": mgeni(1) wako(1), wageni(>1) wako(1), mgeni(1) wenu(>1), wageni(>1) wenu(>1)
Should it not be "Wageni wao" not "wenu" because "wenu" means "our" not "your"?