You are not studying and not cooking. This is pretty darn much the same as You are not studying and cooking.
What's the difference between Hu and ha
In the phrase it's ham not ha. Ha is the 3rd person singular negative, ham is the 2nd person singular negative.
This is getting repetitive
Why is "you don't study and you aren't cooking" wrong?
Because 'do not' and 'are not' have different meanings. You should translate 'do not' here for both.
sounds like hambete not hampiki