'A teeth'? No, that CANNOT be the right answer!
"A teeth of an elephant" is completely wrong" It cannot be the "right" answer, because it is not English in any way. Please correct.
So what noun class is jino/meno? (I'm assuming the table I found on the net is standard, but can't find ji/m(e) in it).
Fun fact: an elephant only has four teeth in their mouth (unless you include tusks, then they have six)
Could this also be tusks?
It could be, but it could be the other teeth as well. The word pembe is generally used specifically for tusks (and horns).
The teeth (plural) of an elephant
tooth - jino
teeth - meno (pl)
duo is wrong
I wrote "Teeth of an elephant" and it was marked wrong!!!! I think I am correct. Please look into this.
Maybe they want you to write 'The teeth of an elephant' or 'elephant teeth'. However, these answers are wrong because 'tooth' / 'jino' is singular and 'teeth' / 'meno' refers to the plural state.