The audio says "watoto". You should reference the text instead.
I tried the translation of "A mother takes care of her child." It was marked wrong, but I was hoping that someone could confirm that. Specifically, does "mama" means "mother" as a general word or specifically a title for one's own mother? Thanks
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It's the general word, not just a name you call your own mother. An example is "mama yake" (his/her mother).
The audio clearly says "Mama anatunza watoto wake" But it will only accept "Mama anatunza mtoto wake".
03/28/2020 I put "mother is caring for her child" should that be accepted?
So "mtoto" also means baby? Is there no other word (s) that can be used to mean baby?
I wrote: mama takes care of her child and I get the comment: you need the article "a" here? The 'official' translation doesn't have an 'a' in it! Nonsense!
Audio is wrong
Does this sentence mean her own child or can it also mean a child of someone else?
Mom takes care of her children is incorrect?