By Adam McLean
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Is it far ? Yes, it is very far. 55 EVERYDAY TSONGA Lesson 17 DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS A. The demonstrative pronoun, three positions: Singular: munhu loyi — this person muti lowu — this village tiko J eri — this country xilo lexi — this thing mbuti leyi — this goat ritiho leri — this finger byanyi lebyi — this grass ku lwa loku — this fight Plural: vanhu lava — these people miti leyi — these villages matiko lawa — these countries swilo leswi — these things timbuti led — these goats tintiho leti — these fingers mabyanyi lawa — this grass munhu loye, luya — that person muti lowo, lowuya — that village tiko lero, leriya — that country xilo lexo, lexiya — that thing mbuti leyo, leyiya — that goat ritiho lero, leriya — that finger byanyi lebyo, lebyiya — that grass ku lwa loko, lokuya — that fight vanhu lavo, lavaya — those people miti leyo, leyiya — those villages matiko lawo, lawaya—those countries swilo leswo, leswiya — those things timbuti leto, letiya — those goats tintiho leto, letiya — those fingers mabyanyi lawo, lawaya—that grass Rule: The demonstrative pronouns are formed of three elements: a.
Muaki a nga ti lavi (timhandze). Tihosi a ti yingisi timhaka. 4. Pick out of the following list the nouns which are in the plural, and give their singular form: voko, switulu, meno, vhenkele, tindlu, swiri, timbanti, vana, tihosi, mati, homu, mahlo, tinguluve, milenge, Vatsonga, vatatana, milomu. 5. Translate: A hi mufundhisi, i hosi. U karhatiwa hi yini ? Ndzi karhatiwa hi nhloko. Tshama hansi! Hi pfuka nimpundzu. Vana va tlanga exirhapeni. Va khandziya murhini. Tsutsumani! Tatana u fika namuntlha.
Swi lo yini ? Va ri yini ? Swimanga swi endla yini ? : Loko ndzi twa ndlala, ndza dya — Loko a twa ndlala, wa dya. Loko ndzi twa torha, ndzi nwa mati. Loko ndzi hetile, ndzi ta famba. Loko ndzi hatlisa, ndzi ta fika namuntlha. Loko ndzi karhele, ndza etlela. Loko ndzi teka swilo, ndzi ta biwa. 6. Translate: Mpandzwa i pondho hi vhiki. Loko u tirha swinene, ndzi ta wu engetela ndzhaku. Wa nkhensa xana ? Va ri khomixinari u ta avanyisa vabohiwa mundzuku. Ndza tshemba vana va ta nghena xikolo hi Musumbhunuku.
A Threefold Alchemical Journey Through the Book of Lambspring by Adam McLean