1(cl. 7)heitshe‘Go sa le bjalo sefatanaga sa ema pele ga kantoro ya gagwe. > Go sa le bjalo sa ema pele ga kantoro ya gagwe’ — At that stage, a car stopped in front of his office. > At that stage, it stopped in front of his office
Subject concords of noun classes, here 'sa', are not translated when they appear together with the subject in the sentence.
1(cl. 7)of‘Selepe sa tate se robegile’ — My father's axe is broken
1still‘Ke sa emetše karabo ya gagwe’ — I'm still waiting for his answer
1(marks the negative form of situative verbs)‘Ge ba sa ntefele nka se ba thuše gape’ — If they don't pay me, I won't help them again
1become lightbreak‘A re robale, go tla re go sa ra sepela’ — Let's sleep over; we will leave when the day breaks