"Kama nitakuwa mgonjwa nitaenda hospitali"

Translation:If I will be sick I will go to the hospital

July 21, 2017



I keep reporting but it's very difficult when sometimes I get marked as wrong because I put an 'a' or 'the' in, other times I'm marked wrong because I haven't. Has the course been shelved for a while, because the audio was promised ages ago and not much seems to be happening.

August 28, 2017


I think so, those preparing the course seem to have all but disappeared. I'm guessing/hoping they are busy with something with work or life that they've simply put the project on hold and it will eventually be finished. But for the past few months it has felt that this course will be in perpetual beta.

October 4, 2017


They seem to be very active now (Jan 2018). They send me replies if they accept my error reports.

January 4, 2018


The random use or omission of a & the is really irritating.

July 21, 2017


Yeah. The course is in Beta though. Don't just complain - help improve it. Report, report, report.

July 24, 2017


Should be "if i get sick..." the given answer doesn't make much sense

January 10, 2018


If I'm sick I'll go to hospital. "The" is not used in this context, says this native speaker. "If I become sick" is another good option.

May 17, 2018


mgonjwa is a noun, 'sick person' and should be accepted, the translation as it is, implies there is use of the verb for to be sick.

May 31, 2018


I was thinking that "hospitalini" should be used because of the "-enda." Can someone clarify?

June 9, 2019
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