"Good morning, brother"
Translation:Asubuhi njema kaka
I'm guessing this is more wishing someone well for their morning, as compared to asking them how their morning is going - habari za so it's giving a wider range of greetings.
Njema is used with N class nouns (classes 9 and 10) and mwema is used with singular M-WA, singular M-MI and U class nouns (classes 1, 3, 11, and 14)
There's a table here. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/ema#Swahili
asubuhi njema = good morning
siku njema = good day
U class nouns:
usiku mwema = good night
M-mi class nouns:
mchana mwema = good afternoon
M-wa class nouns:
mtu mwema = nice person
How do you classify each noun to a class? I mean, if you've never seen a noun and you want to use the correct class with it
I don't understand why habari za asubuhi without a question mark isn't accepted. It was accepted in previous lessons. Really just want consistency and clarity.