I thought it would be 'Anasimama'
Kusimama is an inchoative verb, that is, it describes the process getting up to stand, and the -me- form describes the action as complete, the subject has finished getting up, therefore they're now standing.
Thank you for linking this wiktionary, so helpful. Did I miss the section on inchoative verbs or is it not yet included in the DL course?
Very helpful. Thanks
Why is he standing ON thr pulpit and not AT it like everyone else?
The hint gives madhabahu for pulpit. I choose madhabahu, it is marked wrong. Can someone explain?