I am not sure why my answer was incorrect. I thought all Swahili adjectives come after the noun and not before as in this case. What is the explanation for this
Jana means "yesterday", not "last". It's not an adjective but an adverb. Jana usiku essentially literally means [yesterday] [at night].
Isn't this You haven't greeted me...
Is there any reason for not using the verb -amkia in this sentence? Hujatuamkia / hukutuamkia jana usiku
Also, as others have asked, why do we use the negation of the -me- tense in this sentence?