"How is your afternoon Rehema?"
Translation:Habari za mchana wako Rehema?
I don't get the difference between "za" and "ya"
I the discussion the correct answer is
"Habari za mchana Rehema? "
but in the exercise with triple selection the correct answer was
"Habari ya mchana Rehema? "
And in some previous exercise when I wtote "ya" it was marked as a typo with correct "za"
("Habari *za asubuhi, dada?")
I don't see either word above. It just says Habari za mchana Rehema?
If you saw it with mchana wako it's because mchana is a class 3 noun, taking the verb concord u- and the possessive concord w-. The li- and l- concords are only used with class 5 nouns such as gari, jiko, jicho etc.
mti wangu = my tree
mchana wako = your afternoon (I'm not sure how idiomatic that is though)
gari langu = my car
jicho lako = your eye