"Tutaenda kwa maana ya kusoma"
Translation:We will go because of studying
This is not idiomatic English. There are many ways of saying the intended meaning: "We will go in order to study"; "We will go so (that) we can study"; etc. Apparently "kwa maana ya" is used in Swahili in this way -- I probably would have said "kwa ajili ya kusoma" or "ili tupate kusoma" or something else because I don't feel comfortable with "kwa maana ya" -- not saying it is incorrect, just that is sounds strange to me.