How would you say ''you were happy''?
Either ulifurahi or ulikuwa umefurahi. The first one could also mean "you became happy" and the second one could also mean "you had become happy", so whichever one fits your meaning.
Why is it "me" and not "na" for the tense marker?
AGreatUserName answered this in another part of the lesson, which I saw today. So nevermind this question, and thank you!
You're happy wasn't acceptable. Why?