"Somo la Kingereza"
From the incubator update 6 months ago:
As I mentioned in the last update, there are some edits that we cannot make from the Incubator. One example: English, or kiingereza, is spelled kingereza right now. That is a typo, and I have submitted a request for that to be edited. We have to wait until it gets changed from a programming side, not from our Incubator side. Examples like that cannot be fixed right away, so we appreciate if you keep that in mind when providing feedback and don't get too frustrated if there are capitalization/punctuation/spelling errors like this - we are working to submit those requests to get those edited.
So that is something the Swahili team did try tackling, but it's Duo that hasn't fixed it.
Shouldn't the English perhaps be something like, 'The subject of English' or 'English as a subject'? or some such (there has to be a more elegant way to phrase it than the ones I've just come up with!) I rather thought English subject meant a person - 'a person who lives in or who has the right to live in a particular country, especially a country with a king or queen: He is a British subject.' (From the Cambridge online dictionary)