Go na le 5 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša go go Sesotho sa Leboa

: go1go2go3go4go5

go1

it

kemedi

  • 1

    (loc. classes)
    it
    there
    ‘Godimo go fofa dipeolwane. > Go fofa dipeolwane’ Above there are swallows flying. > There are swallows flying
  • 2

    (cl. 15, loc. classes)
    it
    ‘Go bala go a thuša. > Go a thuša’ To read, helps. > It helps

Usage

Subject concords of noun classes, here 'go', are not translated when they appear together with the subject in the sentence.

Go na le 5 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša go go Sesotho sa Leboa

: go1go2go3go4go5

go2

it

kemedi

  • 1

    it
    ‘Marega go a tonya’ During winter it is cold
  • 2

    there
    ‘Go na le nama ka potong’ There is meat in the pot

Go na le 5 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša go go Sesotho sa Leboa

: go1go2go3go4go5

go3

you

kemedi

  • 1

    (singular) you
    ‘Ke go bone wena moketeng. > Ke go bone moketeng’ I saw you at the party. > I saw you at the party
  • 2

    (loc. classes)
    it
    ‘Ke rata felo fao ka kudu. > Ke go rata ka kudu’ I like that place a lot. > I like it a lot
  • 3

    (loc. classes, cl. 15)
    it
    ‘Ga ke rate go belaela ga gago. > Ga ke go rate’ I don't like your complaining. > I don't like it

Go na le 5 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša go go Sesotho sa Leboa

: go1go2go3go4go5

go4

at (a person)

karolwana

  • 1

    at (a person)
    from (a person)
    to (a person)
    ‘Morutiši o tšere lengwalo leo go moithuti’ The teacher took that letter from the learner

Go na le 5 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša go go Sesotho sa Leboa

: go1go2go3go4go5

go5

to

kemedi

  • 1

    (cl. 15)
    to
    ‘Šomiša pukuntšu ye go ithuta Seisimane goba Sesotho sa Leboa’ Use this dictionary to learn English or Northern Sotho