Based on what we've been taught so far, phrases like mpishi mbaya and watoto wazuri lead me to expect m- in singular and wa- in plural for (m-class) animate nouns.
Yet here we have watoto wako , also but mtoto wako , instead of the mtoto *mko that I'd expect. Obviously the grammar is more complicated than what I understand so far.
Can someone explain why it's mtoto wako and not mtoto mko? Do possessive adjectives have agreement rules different from those of other adjectives?