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Sepedi

Conversation: Learn with people

emoji_people Poledišano: Ithute ka batho

Anatomy: Learn with your body

accessibility Ditho tša mmele: Ithute ka mmele wa gago

Chess: Learn with your mind

grid_on Chess: Ithute ka monagano wa gago:

Dating: Learn with your heart

favorite Tša marato: Ithute ka pelo ya gago

Top 10 Interview Questions: Learn for success

how_to_reg Dipotšišo tša Poledišano tše 10 tša Godimo: Ithutele katlego

Translation Services South Africa

 

Ditirelo tša Diphetolelo tša Afrika Borwa

Sepedi will reach more South Africans than English in the Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces.

 

Conversation: Learn with people emoji_people Poledišano: Ithute ka batho
Hello! (person)
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Thobela! (motho o tee)
Hello! (group)
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Thobela! (sehlopha)
How are you?
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Go bjang?
I'm fine, thanks.
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Go lokile, ke a leboga.
I could be better.
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Ga ke a tsoga.
And you?
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Wena?
I am well.
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Ke tsogile.
Goodbye (person staying)
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Šala botse (motho o tee yo a šalago)
Goodbye (group staying)
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Šalang botse (sehlopha seo se šalago)
Goodbye (person leaving)
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Sepela botse (motho yo a sepelago)
Goodbye (group leaving)
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Sepelang botse (sehlopha seo se sepelago)
     
Anatomy: Learn with your body accessibility Ditho tša mmele: Ithute ka mmele wa gago
Head   Hlogo
Eye, Eyes   Leihlo, Mahlo
Ear, Ears   Tsebe, Ditsebe
Nose   Nko
Mouth   Molomo
Tongue   Leleme
Hand, Hands   Seatla, Diatla
Arm, Arms   Letsogo, Matsogo
Leg, Legs   Leoto, Maoto
Foot, Feet   Lenao, Dinao
     
Chess: Learn with your mind grid_on Chess: Ithute ka monagano wa gago
Chess Piece(s) Dibapadišwa tša Chess
King Kgoši
Queen Kgošigadi
Rook (Castle) Sebo
Bishop Mopišopo
Knight (Horse) Pere
Pawn (Soldier) Sebeelo (Lesole)
Board Papetla
Square Sekwere
Black Ntsho
White Šweu
Chess Move(s)   Mesepelo ya Chess
Check! From Persian Shah (King)   Ela hloko!
Checkmate! From Persian Shah (King) + Māt (Dead)   Ga o na botšhabelo!
I take your piece.   Ke tšea sebapadišwa sa gago.
Good move!   Mosepelo wo mobotse!
I resign!   Ke a ineela!
Good luck for the game!   Mahlatse le mahlogonolo papading!
Thank you for the game!   Ke leboga papadi!
     
Dating: Learn with your heart favorite Tša marato: Ithute ka pelo ya gago
What's your name?   Leina la gago ke mang?
Can I get your number?   A nka hwetša nomoro ya gago?
Would you like to get coffee?   O ka thabela kofi?
Would you like to go to dinner?   O ka thabela go ya go ja dilalelo?
Would you like to go for a drink?   O ka thabela go tšwa go ya go hwetša seno?
Yes, I would.   Ee, ke be nka rata.
No, but thank you.   Aowa, eupša ke a leboga.
You look beautiful.   O yo mobotse.
May I kiss you?   A nka go atla?
I miss you.   Ke a go gopola.
I miss you too.   Le nna ke a go gopola.
I love you.   Ke a go rata.
I love you so much.   Ke go rata kudu.
     
Top 10 Interview Questions: Learn for success how_to_reg Dipotšišo tša Poledišano tše 10 tša Godimo: Ithutele katlego
Tell us about yourself?   Re botše ka ga wena?
What are your main strengths?   Maatla a magolo a gago ke afe?
What are your weaknesses?   Mafokodi a gago ke afe?
Why should we choose you for this job?   Goreng re swanetše go kgetha wena go mošomo wo?
What is your salary expectation?   Tetelo ya gago ya mogolo ke efe?
What are your hobbies outside of work?   Ditlošabodutu tša gago ka ntle ga mošomo ke dife?
Where do you see yourself in five years' time?   O ipona o le gokae mo mengwageng ye mehlano?
Why are you leaving your current job?   Goreng o tlogela mošomo wa gago wa bjale?
Why do you want to work here?   Goreng o nyaka go šoma fa?
Is there anything that you would like to ask me?   Go na le se sengwe seo o tla ratago go mpotšiša?
  Formal Business Letter  
Date: calendar_today Letšatšikgwedi:
Dear... create Mohumagadi... (to a lady) Morena... (to a gentleman)
Yours Sincerely,   Wa lena,
  Directions  
North Lebowa
South Borwa
East Bohlabela
West Bophirima
  Days of the Week  
Sunday   Lamorena / Sôntaga
Monday   Mošupologô
Tuesday   Labobêdi
Wednesday   Laboraro
Thursday   Labonê
Friday   Labohlano
Saturday   Mokibêlô
  Months of the Year  
January   Janaware
February   Febereware
March   Matšhe
April   Aporele
May   Mei
June   June
July   Julae
August   Agostose
September   Setemere
October   Oktobere
November   Nofemere
December   Disemere
     

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