"If he cooks, I will eat"
Ok, so why was the answer ‘nikipika nitakula’ not accepted for ‘if I cook I will eat’? It insisted on chakula after nikipika. It’s not required chakula here.
Typo on my behalf..it wasn’t the ‘if I cook’ that I was asking about...my question was about the insistence on the presence of chakula in the sentence.