More relevant than ever now.
Isn't it right to translate: "I stay at home?"
yes it is
not I am staying in the house?
Also, what's wrong with "I'm sitting in the house "m
That's my question, too. What's wrong with "in the house"?
House is nymuba.
Home is nyumbani.
This might explain it further.
Is there any associative word that would be used in Swahili? Not necessarilyin this sentence, but in Swahili in general. An example is Hindi में, or Gujarati "માં".
So kukaa means both to sit and to stay?
This makes it simple when giving orders to a dog!
My life in one sentence