A Practical Method to Learn Sesuto; With Exercises and a Short Vocabulary

A Practical Method to Learn Sesuto; With Exercises and a Short Vocabulary

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ... and joined by le, . antl, they mean: whosoever, whatsoever. E. g.: mang le mang ea tlang, whosoever eomes; eng le eng e entsoeng, whatsoever has been done. ofe le ofe, bafe le bafp, ete. has the same meaning, but is used as an adjective (whereas maug le maug is used as a noun). E. g.: khomo pfe le efe, whatever cow. Obs. Wo may use in the same way the adjective--ngoe, one. another; with the meaning of: every: '. tx: tnolho c mong lee mong. every man; fate se seng le se seng, every tree: or with the preposition ka: motho k-n mong, every man; fate ka seng, every tree. 4. There are also two Indefinite Pronouns, -tele, another (of another kind), and--uhle, whole, all. They are formed a little differently. The Indefinite Pronoun--Spip is formed exactly like the interrogative pronoun--fe (of. "2) with the help of the connective pronouns, as: Sing-.: 1st. el. osele, ofe? Pltr.: basele, bafe t 2nd. cl osele, ofe/ esele, efe? 3rd. el. letelp, Ipfe f aselp, afe? 4th. cl. tetele, sefe? lisele, life/ 5th. cl. etele, pfp? lisele, life! 6th. cl bosele, bofe? asele, afe? 7th. cl. hosele, hofe! no plural. K g.: hotlile motho osele, there has come another parson; tuba tten ke It'spip, these affairs are different (lit. different ones). Iiospip of the 7th cl. is generally used as an adverb of place or manner meaning: at a different place, in a different way; e. g.: bn Up hosele, they went somewhere else; motho eo o hosele hn ba bang, that person is different from the others (lit. is of a ktnd different from others). 5. The stem--uhle, whole, all. is preceded by the relqlive pronouns to form the different classes, for the 1st cl. sing. There is no form Kg day. Hohle is generally used as a locative adverb with the meaning of: everywhere. B. g: ba...show more

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  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 118g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236599594
  • 9781236599599