1(cl. 9)(together) with it‘Makate taba yeo o ile a kwana nayo’ — Makate agreed with that issue
2(cl. 9, cl. 4)(together) with them‘Mogweraka, merafe ke ye mentši mo Afrika-Borwa, o ithute go šomišana nayo’ — My friend, there are many nations in South Africa; you must learn to work together with them
This form comes from the connective particle 'na' plus the shortened form of the absolute pronoun of class 9 or 4 'yona'.