So, to say I will buy A big mango, would it be Nitanunua
What is the difference between this and saying nitanunua embe kubwa?
That means 'I will buy a big mango'
Using this as an example of object infix is wrong and confusing. Please stop doing this. 17022020
I don't think usong the obj. infix in this situation serves any purpose and takes away from better uses of it, such as: "I will buy it tomorrow!"
Object infixes have more than one function, and one doesn't take away from the other
So what exactly does this sentence mean? If "I will buy a big mango," is incorrect, why mark that answer as correct every time ive answered it?