Can it be "Watatembea kwenda"? I think I've seen something like that elsewhere in the course for "walk." Is there a difference in meaning?
'watatembea kwenda' is incomplete because in this context it translates to 'they will walk to go to...', so it needs a location e.g. 'Watatembea kwenda sokoni'
Thanks! Can it be in reference to a previously-mentioned location, like:
Or is it only possible to use it when the destination explicitly appears in the sentence where it's used?
Yeah you can. So the two statements would be:
-Watakwenda/wataenda/watafika shuleni vipi?
Could the second line of that conversation be "Watatembea kwenda"?
Not really, because you're essentially putting the adverb before the verb, which is not really grammatically sound. You could say 'watakwenda/watasafiri kwa miguu' to mean 'they will go/travel on foot'