Introduction: The pronunciation of Northern Sotho
Lesson 1: Nouns in Northern Sotho
Lesson 2: Verbs: subject concords
Lesson 3: The imperfect tense of the indicative mood
Lesson 4: The negative of the imperfect tense of the indicative mood
Lesson 5: Verbs: object concords
Lesson 6: Object concords (continued)
Lesson 7: Copulative constructions
Lesson 8: Demonstrative pronouns
Lesson 9: Locality (locatives)
Lesson 10: Interrogative sentences
Lesson 11: The perfect tense of the indicative mood
Lesson 12: The negative of the perfect tense of the indicative mood
Lesson 13: The potential, future and persistive deficient auxiliary verb forms
Lesson 14: Emphatic pronouns
Lesson 15: The possessive construction
Lesson 16: Deverbative formation
Lesson 17: Adjectival constructions
Lesson 18: Constructions with relative nouns and radical pronouns
Lesson 19: The situative mood
Lesson 20: The relative mood
Lesson 21: The passive and reciprocal verbal extensions
Lesson 22: The applied and causative verbal extensions
Lesson 23: Infinitives (class 15 & the infinitive mood)
Lesson 24: The imperative mood
Lesson 25: The subjunctive mood
Lesson 26: The consecutive mood
Lesson 27: Auxiliary verbs
Lesson 28: The reflexive morpheme
Lesson 29: The past continuous tense (-b?)
Lesson 30: Review of adverbs, particles, conjunctions, quantitative pronouns, ideophones and diminutives
Lesson 31: Synopsis: verbal forms (moods)
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