1onlyjust‘Ke basadi fela bao ba dumeletšwego go tsena ka mo’ — It is only women who are allowed to enter here
1but‘Diaparo tše ka moka di botse fela di bitša tšhelete ye ntši’ — All these clothes are beautiful, but they are expensive
1finish‘Marotho a a fela ka lebenkeleng’ — There is no more bread in the shop. (Literally: Bread is getting finished in the shop.)
2come to an endend‘Beke e thoma ka Mošupologo ya fela ka Lamorena’ — A week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday
1usually‘O be a fela a etla go eta’ — He usually comes to visit
2continuouslyregularly‘Re ile ra no fela re eba le diphadišano ngwaga ka ngwaga ge re hweditše bathekgi’ — We have competitions regularly every year if we have sponsors
The auxiliary verb stem 'fela' is usually followed by a main verb in the situative mood.