Actually it is possible to SWEEP a toilet in many areas where Swahili is spoken. Keep in mind that the "choo" is a hole level with the floor. It is cleaned with a cleaning solution and then swept into the hole with a stiff broom.
Better english would contain an article, either "a" or "the"
We may sweep the bathroom but who is sweeping squatty?
In this lesson there are several sentences where the object requires an article in English, but we are marked wrong when we put one in. Reported
My answer: "We have just swept the bathroom" was rejected.
In my mind the above translation would be more appropriate for 'Tulifagia choo'
Is 'we have swept toilet' wrong?