This is not natural English ('keep' really needs an object) so could a swahili speaker explain the meaning? Keep it here? Put it here?
I think we're also learning the pan-african dialect of English here. Each of the colonial areas did develop their own.
What is this supposed to mean? "Keep here" does not make sense. I said "Put it here" but it was rejected.
More than two years have gone since the first comment, but still nobody has explained what this is supposed to mean.
I am pretty sure that it means "put it here."
I agree. In Xhosa its "beka apha" = "put here".
I suppose English does need the "it" to make it sound "natural".
I answered "Put it here" and the answer was not accepted :-(