Go na le 3 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša he go Sesotho sa Leboa

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he1

o

lethušaleina

  • 1

    (with cl. 3)
    o
    wa
    ‘The tree bore a lot of fruit this season. > It bore a lot of fruit this season’ Mohlare o entšwe dienywa tše ntši sehla se. > O entšwe dienywa tše ntši sehla se
    ‘When he tried to cross the road, the car hit him. > When he tried to cross the road, it hit him’ Ge a be a nyaka go tshela tsela, mmotoro wa mo thula. > Ge a be a nyaka go tshela tsela, wa mo thula
  • 2

    (with cl. 5, with cl. 3)
    le
    la
    ‘This watermelon is rotten. > It is rotten’ Legapu le le bodile. > Le bodile
    ‘After the meeting the committee dispersed. > After the meeting, it dispersed’ Ka morago ga kopano lekgotla la phatlalala. > Ka morago ga kopano la phatlalala
  • 3

    (with cl. 5, with cl. 7)
    se
    sa
    ‘The disabled person asks for money from people. > He asks for money from people’ Segole se kgopela tšhelete bathong. > Se kgopela tšhelete bathong
    ‘At that stage, a car stopped in front of his office. > At that stage, it stopped in front of his office’ Go sa le bjalo sefatanaga sa ema pele ga kantoro ya gagwe. > Go sa le bjalo sa ema pele ga kantoro ya gagwe
  • 4

    (with cl. 9, with cl. 7)
    e
    ya
    ‘The department gives financial support. > It gives financial support’ Kgoro e fana ka thekgo ya mašeleng. > E fana ka thekgo ya mašeleng
    ‘The girl kissed the boy. > She kissed the boy’ Kgarebe e ile ya atla lesogana. > E ile ya atla lesogana

Go na le 3 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša he go Sesotho sa Leboa

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he2

e

lethušaleina

  • 1

    e
    ‘It was winter when she died’ E be e le marega ge a hlokafala

Go na le 3 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša he go Sesotho sa Leboa

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he3

o

lethušaleina

  • 1

    (with cl. 1)
    o
    a
    ‘The girl is carrying a heavy load. > She is carrying a heavy load’ Mosetsana o rwele morwalo wo boima. > O rwele morwalo wo boima
    ‘When a girl returns from initiation school, she enters the stage of puberty. > When she returns from initiation school, she enters the stage of puberty’ Ge mosetsana a aloga, o tsena bokgarebeng. > Ge a aloga, o tsena bokgarebeng