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"If he cooks, I will eat"

Translation:Akipika nitakula

May 8, 2018



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.


Because it is akipika, not nikipika. They ask for ''if he cooks''.


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.


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