Sesotho made easy - a step-by-step guide
- Mokoena AD
- ISBN: 9780627023019
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: N/A
- 256 Pages | Published: 1998
Sesotho made easy is a user-friendly, step-by-step guide to learning and mastering Sesotho. It is a comprehensive book covering all aspects of grammar and has a detailed list of vocabulary. This book is a unique publication and bridges the gap between pure grammar and practical speech. Every chapter begins with an orientation to help the learner. The pictorial vocabulary in Chapter 1 enables easy reference and visual associations.
This book will make learning Sesotho a pleasure.
Chapter 1. Pictorial vocabulary
Chapter 2. An overview of the Sesotho sentence construction
Chapter 3. The sound (phonetical) structure of Sesotho
Chapter 4. Vocabulary for specific life situations
Chapter 5. The noun
Chapter 6. The prefix
Chapter 7. The root
Chapter 8. The suffix
Chapter 9. The pronoun
Chapter 10. The verb
Chapter 11. The concord
Chapter 12. The tenses
Chapter 13. The singular and the plural forms
Chapter 14. The adjective
Chapter 15. The adverb
Chapter 16. The diminutive
Chapter 17. The augmentative
Chapter 18. The demonstrative
Chapter 19. The interrogative
Chapter 20. The possessive
Chapter 21. The moods
Chapter 22. The conjunction
Chapter 23. The enumerative (the system of counting)
Chapter 24. The locative
Chapter 25. The positive and negative forms of expression
Chapter 26. Synonyms (words with a similar meaning)
Chapter 27. Antonyms (words with opposite meanings)
Chapter 28. General vocabulary
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