kucheza is also to play, no only tp dance. i think my answer is right. my studnets dont like to play
my students do not like to play is an accepted answer, too (12-Oct-2018)
My students don't like to play was rejected. Why?
Duo does not like contractions. In all courses it accepts "do not", cannot", and "will not", but it often rejects "don't", "can't", and "won't".
Kucheza is really "to play", not enough context to say its dancing
"My students dislike dancing" ought to be accepted because it's a correct translation of the Swahili sentence.
kucheza = to play. this problem was reported 2 years ago but still not fixed!!!!!
what is the sentence structure in swahili
That's a really general question.
SVO, head initial (adjectives and numerals after nouns), pro-drop, head marking ...
Agreatusername - what is pro-drop please and head marking? thanks!
Nothing like spending time trying to figure out what verb kufunzi could be, before looking at the second word!
its play not dance yeez
What differentiates 'our students' from 'my students'?