1(possessive marker)of the‘O thuthafaditse maši a ngwana’ — She warmed the baby's milk
1word showing a relationship between two people‘Seeletso a Tlhotlologolo’ — Seeletso, Tlhotlologolo's child
1then‘O ne a tsêna a bo a boa a tswa gapê’ — He came in then went straight back out
1did not‘Ga ke a mo fitlhêla kwa lapeng’ — I did not find her at home
1is‘Mabêlê a tswa kwa go Mmê Kedirileng’ — The sorghum is from Miss Kedirileng
1are‘Mabotlolo a a leswê’ — These bottles are dirty
1(the things nearer the speaker)these‘Ke ka tikêla matlape a kae?’ — Where can I throw these peelings?
1can‘A le ka tla kwano?’ — Can you come here?
1is‘Moatlhodi o a lwala’ — The judge is sick
1used to introduce a remark in which you emphasize how big, good, bad, etc. somebody or something is‘A bo e le boitumêlô go go bôna gapê!’ — What a joy it is to see you again!