"Vita si vizuri."

Translation:Wars are not good.

December 21, 2018

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Why does the adjective begin with vi, although the nown seems to be of N/N class? Vita meaning wars and war.


this mainly applies to adverbs that double up as adjectives e.g.

  • Yeye ni dereva mbaya - He is a bad driver
  • Anaendesha vibaya - He drives badly

For adjectives that take up noun prefixes, they have the prefix 'vi-' when used as an adverb. I'm not sure if there are any exceptions, I can't think of any at the moment.

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