Dad is drinking beer every evening should also be acceptable.
"Father drinks beer every evening" is wrong?
It was accepted 23/6/18.
My partner typed "baba anakunya bia' and it marked them correct. However, "kunya" is the verb for defecating, not drinking, so this hearing mistake/typo should not be encouraged!
If the verb "To Drink" is "Kunywa", then should this sentence read "Baba ananywa bia kila jioni" ?
Single syllable words (i.e. kula, kuja, kunywa) keep ku- in most tenses. The exception that comes to mind is the -ja tense, which sort of means not yet.
Since this is the habitual tense, isn't this supposed to be "baba hunywa bia kila jioni"?
A Kenyan friend told me that bear is pombe, not bia. Can anyone confirm this Information, please?
Pombe is liquor, usually locally made. It can be informally used to include beer. But bia is the better translation for beer.
Hii ni jambo kubwa