So 'njoo' was my only option & it was counted as correct. What shade of meaning is this?
I was confused as well. 'Anakuja' wasn't an option, which this comment section says is correct. I thought that all verbs inflected in the third person singular present begin with 'ana', which 'njoo' obviously doesn't.
Must be an error in the system. I see anakuja above, which is the correct answer.
Njoo! is the imperative form, like when you say "Come!" to one person.
Yes, Njoo is imperative. It's a mistake for sure!
I reported the error today and asked for correction. Please do the same to improve the course, even if it is annoying. It will help others. (12-Oct-2018)
Njoo is in imperative as in english 'come' . njoo huku/hapa = come this way/here. Njooni wawili/ nyote = come 2 people/all
the correct answer is not one of the options and so you cannot advance past it. This happens a lot and is so frustrating
The answer wasn't listed
I switched to keyboard and typed in my answer since it was not listed as an option.
This can't be right .... njoo is the imperative of to come .... it's not following the normal pattern....
This ans. Makes no sense.
Since this lesson is on the habitual hu-, huja is now also accepted