1(cl. 9)heitshe‘Kgoro e fana ka thekgo ya mašeleng. > E fana ka thekgo ya mašeleng’ — The department gives financial support. > It gives financial support
2(cl. 9, cl. 4)they‘Mebila ya ka toropong e tletše ka batho ba go gwanta. > E tletše ka batho ba go gwanta’ — The streets in town are full of people who are protesting. > They are full of people who are protesting
Subject concords of noun classes, here 'e', are not translated when they appear together with the subject in the sentence.
1heitshethey‘E be e le marega ge a hlokafala’ — It was winter when she died
1(cl. 9)herhimit‘Ke rata nama. > Ke a e rata’ — I like meat. > I like it
2(cl. 9, cl. 4)them‘Ngaka ya setšo e epa medu. > Ngaka ya setšo e a e epa’ — The traditional healer digs up roots. > The traditional healer digs them up