If it is a question wouldn't it need to be "Je, wewe ni mwafrika?" ? Because this way written, it just means 'you are african'. Right? Correct me please if i am wrong.
I'm new to Swahili. I'm a black girl living in the states and I really want to connect back to my roots. Can you give me some common sentences in Swahili? And maybe explain some for me?
take this course! It is really fun, and pretty easy as far as languages go, except for it has some weird plural things that we don't have in English (or hardly any other language either, for that matter) about how the adjectives have to match the nouns. I still haven't totally figured it out, frankly, but it is very interesting and fun. Swahili is spoken in Eastern African countries...you should do a DNA test, you can get them for about $60 nowadays, because most American blacks actually have Western Africa and/or Caribbean roots.
I don't know honestly. Maybe because there's a question mark at the end that it is "You are African?" or "Are you African?"