Agreement In Isixhosa

By using the MI website, you communicate these terms of use. If you do not accept this agreement, do not use the MI website. In isiXhosa, there are many different types of Concords, each with its own functions (z.B. subject concords that create an agreement between subjects and verbs). A subject concord (SC) helps us to establish an agreement (or agreement) between the subject and the chosen verb. A nominative class is a category of nomadic words that determines how names interact with other words and how they change in different circumstances (i.e. in different periods, positive or negative, plural or singular, etc.). By uploading materials to a forum or transmitting materials to MI, you automatically grant the right to use, reproduce, modify, translate and display materials on the MI website. In addition, you promise that all so-called “moral” or ethical rights over these materials have been abandoned.

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When we create a sentence in isiXhosa, we need at least two things: a subject (a name that executes a verb) and its verb. That`s all. It doesn`t look so bad, does it? Of course not! As a user, you are solely responsible for the content of your messages. Each concord has its own function and changes according to what we call the Noun class. . How about Noun usisi (“sister”) and the verb cula (“sing”)? We can use it to make the sentence: Usisi uyacula. “Sister sings.” In this case, The three Noun prefixes are variants of certain words that fall into the same noun 10 class. Thus, they have the same subject concord-zi, although they have different noun prefixes. Often the words simply have ii or iin (the latter if a `n` follows them), and the izin- occurs when the nameable strain is a single syllable (z.B.

la -nja in inja). In today`s lesson, we look at how to use Subject Concords and the Infix-ya to make sentences in isiXhosa. 2. Your responsibilities: FORUMS AND PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS MI reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to modify, modify, add or remove parts of this Agreement at any time (last updated December 26, 2018).

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