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How do you say my love in Tswana?

How do you say my love in Tswana?

I love you all.” Ke lo rata lotlhe.”

What does RRA mean in Tswana?

They’re both terms of respect used in the Setswana language. “Mma” is like “Ma’am” or “Madam”, or a more respectful form of “Mrs.” “Rra” is like “sir”, or a very respectful form of “Mr.” “Dumela” can be used before “Rra” and “Mma” to say, hello sir or ma’am.

How do you say im good in Tswana?

This page was last edited on 16 August 2020, at 21:30….Appendix:Basic Tswana glossary.

Translation Phrase (formal) Phrase (informal)
I’m well. Ke tsongile sentle. /kɪ t͡sʊŋilɪ sɪnt͡ɬɪ/ Re teng. /rɪ tɪŋ/
Ga ke re seppe. /χa kɪ rɪ sɪpːɪ/

What does Boroko mean in English?

sleep. So, this is how you say “boroko” in english.

Do you love me in Tswana?

Useful phrases in Tswana

English Setswana (Tswana)
Would you like to dance with me? A ga o batle go bina?
I miss you Ke go gopotse
I love you Ke a go rata
Get well soon O fole ka potlako

How are you siswati?

Hello – Sawubona. How are you? – Unjani?

What does Dumela mean in Botswana?

Phrases you’ll come across on a trip to Botswana. Dumela meaning Good day/Morning/Afternoon/Evening. You can say this to anyone at anytime of the day. Dumela really means accept my warmest compliments. Dumelang you say this to greet a group of people together.

What does RA mean in Botswana?

Thanks! Alexander McCall Smith Mma and Rra are the formal terms of greeting and respect in Botswana. Mma is pronounced “Ma,” with a gentle m sound and a shortish a. Rra is exactly as it is spelt, with a rolling R.

How do you say thank you in Setswana?


What is morning in Setswana?

Although English is widely spoken in Botswana, a few words in the local lingo of Tswana (Setswana) won’t go amiss: Yes – Ea. No – Aua. Hello – Hallo. Good morning/afternoon/evening – Dumela (to one person), Dumelang (to a group)

What does Boroko Dololo mean?

good night. Last Update: 2014-07-21.

How do you say thank you in SiSwati?

A collection of useful phrases in Swati, a Bantu language spoken in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) and South Africa….Useful phrases in Swati (siSwati)

Phrase siSwati (Swati)
Sorry Ngiyacolisa Ncesi
Please Ngiyacela
Thank you Ngiyabonga Ngiyabonga kakhulu
Reply to thank you Wemukelekile

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