There are 5 main translations of she did not in Northern Sotho

: she did not1she did not2she did not3she did not4she did not5

she did not1

(he did not)

noun

  • 1

    (with cl. 1)
    ga se a [+ VERB]
    ‘The man did not bring food for the children this month-end. > He did not bring food for the children this month-end’ Monna ga se a tliša dijo tša bana mafelelong a kgwedi ye. > Ga se a tliša dijo tša bana mafelelong a kgwedi ye

There are 5 main translations of she did not in Northern Sotho

: she did not1she did not2she did not3she did not4she did not5

she did not2

(he did not, it did not)

noun

  • 1

    (with cl. 3)
    ga se wa [+ VERB]
    ‘The foundation did not help with anything. > It did not help with anything’ Motheo ga se wa thuša ka selo. > Ga se wa thuša ka selo
  • 2

    (with cl. 3, with cl. 5)
    ga se la [+ VERB]
    ‘The firewood did not break. > It did not break’ Legong ga se la robega. > Ga se la robega
  • 3

    (with cl. 5, with cl. 7)
    ga se sa [+ VERB]
    ‘The plane did not arrive on time. > It did not arrive on time’ Sefofane ga se sa tla ka nako. > Ga se sa tla ka nako
  • 4

    (with cl. 7, with cl. 9)
    ga se ya [+ VERB]
    ‘The monkey did not eat the wild berries. > He did not eat the wild berries’ Kgabo ga se ya ja mahlatswa. > Ga se ya ja mahlatswa

There are 5 main translations of she did not in Northern Sotho

: she did not1she did not2she did not3she did not4she did not5

she did not3

(he did not)

noun

  • 1

    (with cl. 1)
    ga se a [+ VERB]
    ‘The man did not bring food for the children this month-end. > He did not bring food for the children this month-end’ Monna ga se a tliša dijo tša bana mafelelong a kgwedi ye. > Ga se a tliša dijo tša bana mafelelong a kgwedi ye

There are 5 main translations of she did not in Northern Sotho

: she did not1she did not2she did not3she did not4she did not5

she did not4

(it did not, he did not)

noun

  • 1

    (with cl. 3)
    ga se wa [+ VERB]
    ‘The foundation did not help with anything. > It did not help with anything’ Motheo ga se wa thuša ka selo. > Ga se wa thuša ka selo
  • 2

    (with cl. 5, with cl. 3)
    ga se la [+ VERB]
    ‘The firewood did not break. > It did not break’ Legong ga se la robega. > Ga se la robega
  • 3

    (with cl. 5, with cl. 7)
    ga se sa [+ VERB]
    ‘The plane did not arrive on time. > It did not arrive on time’ Sefofane ga se sa tla ka nako. > Ga se sa tla ka nako
  • 4

    (with cl. 7, with cl. 9)
    ga se ya [+ VERB]
    ‘The monkey did not eat the wild berries. > He did not eat the wild berries’ Kgabo ga se ya ja mahlatswa. > Ga se ya ja mahlatswa

There are 5 main translations of she did not in Northern Sotho

: she did not1she did not2she did not3she did not4she did not5

she did not5

(he did not, it did not)

noun

  • 1

    (with cl. 3)
    ga se wa [+ VERB]
    ‘The foundation did not help with anything. > It did not help with anything’ Motheo ga se wa thuša ka selo. > Ga se wa thuša ka selo
  • 2

    (with cl. 3, with cl. 5)
    ga se la [+ VERB]
    ‘The firewood did not break. > It did not break’ Legong ga se la robega. > Ga se la robega
  • 3

    (with cl. 5, with cl. 7)
    ga se sa [+ VERB]
    ‘The plane did not arrive on time. > It did not arrive on time’ Sefofane ga se sa tla ka nako. > Ga se sa tla ka nako
  • 4

    (with cl. 9, with cl. 7)
    ga se ya [+ VERB]
    ‘The monkey did not eat the wild berries. > He did not eat the wild berries’ Kgabo ga se ya ja mahlatswa. > Ga se ya ja mahlatswa