I also think "anaosha" should be accepted ...
Why isn't anosha accepted?
I think you mean "anaosha", right? And I'm not sure why it isn't accepted. Seems right.
Needs to specify hands or there is no context. Lesson context seems to be that though.
What do you wash with kunawa? Is it synonym to kuosha?
Essentially, but the use of one over the other may vary. I typically use 'kunawa' in the context of rinsing, mostly referring to washing my hands. If I'm referring to cleaning an object I use 'kuosha'. But they mean the same thing
Kunawa is more to wash up as in your hands and/or face
I think since its not specific both words should be accepted. Kunawa refers to washing hands.But washing other things is kuosha. What does washing here man?
anaosha is fine too
Anaosha should be accepted
This should be revised
I put "je" at the beginning and it was rejected. I thought one is supposed to use "je" at the beginning of yes-or-no questions.