"Pupils like to sing the National Anthem"

Translation:Wanafunzi wanapenda kuimba wimbo wa Taifa

February 13, 2019

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Habitual tense "hupenda" should also be acceptable in my opinion.


Can an object infix be used in a sentence like this?


like 'kuuimba'? I think it would be overkill, but I wouldn't say it's necessarily wrong. It's more necessary in some places than others, if that makes sense? Like, if it's the national anthem, I wouldn't be questioning which one (it's more than likely their own), but if it's a specific, say, pop song, then there'd be more need for an infix since you'd want to distinguish it from any random pop song

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