Go na le 2 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša o go Sesotho sa Leboa

: o1o2

o1

you

kemedi

  • 1

    (singular) you
    ‘Wenao bolela bjalo ka lešilo. > O bolela bjalo ka lešilo’ You are talking like a fool. > You are talking like a fool
  • 2

    he
    she
    ‘Mosetsana o rwele morwalo wo boima. > O rwele morwalo wo boima’ The girl is carrying a heavy load. > She is carrying a heavy load
  • 3

    he
    it
    she
    ‘Mohlare o entšwe dienywa tše ntši sehla se. > O entšwe dienywa tše ntši sehla se’ The tree bore a lot of fruit this season. > It bore a lot of fruit this season

Usage

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

Go na le 2 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša o go Sesotho sa Leboa

: o1o2

o2

her

kemedi

  • 1

    her
    him
    it
    ‘Mokgekolo o kga morogo. > Mokgekolo o a o kga’ The old lady is picking the wild spinach. > The old lady is picking it