Could Ninasimama also not mean "I am stopping"
The audio sounds like "Linasimama" ... probably just spit in the guy's mouth, but it sounds like an "L" to me.
Definitely sounds like "L" to me too.
Does it mean STANDING or STANDING UP or both?
Duolingo is asking that I write the English for an English sentence. Clearly, there is a programming error here.
Yeah, seems like a glitch that only you got, because your comment has appeared on the exercise: Ninasimama > I am standing. And yeah, I'm quite positive that ninasimama is not English.
So how do you distinguish between "I am standing" or "I am stopping" ?
Context is more than enough.
"I stop" is probably correct also. This meaning would be applied in some contexts but not others I think.