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==Verbs==
 
 
:"uyambona"
 
:"u-ya-m-bon-a"
 
:''he is seeing her ''
 
 
:*u - subject morpheme
 
:*ya - tense marker of present tense (the so called "long form")
 
:*m - subject morpheme
 
:*-bona - verb stem consisting of bon - verb root and -a the categorial morpheme<ref>the categorial morpheme is the last part of the verb stem indicating certain grammatical and semantic information</ref>
 
 
 
:u-baba u-bon-a um-ntwana
 
:''the father sees the child''
 
 
:u-baba aka-bon-i um-ntwana
 
:''the father doesn't see the child''
 
 
:u-baba u-zo-bon-a um-ntwana
 
:''the father will see the child''
 
 
:*zo - nearer future
 
 
:u-yo-m-bon-a
 
:''he will see it''
 
 
:*yo - far future
 
 
 
:u-bon-ile
 
:''he saw''
 
 
:u-m-bon-ile
 
:''he saw it''
 
 
:wa-bon-a
 
:''he saw it long ago''
 
 
:aka-m-bon-anga
 
:''he didn't see it''
 
 
:*aka is the negative morpheme for nouns in class 1 (like ubaba)
 
 
:aku-zu-m-bon-a
 
:''he will not see it''
 
 
 
:ba-ya-bon-ana
 
:''they see each other ''
 
 
:*-ana indicates reflexive
 
 
==Notes==
 
<references/>
 
 
==External links==
 
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zulu_language Wikipedia: Zulu language]
 
 
 
== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==
 
This section lists resources available on isiZulu. These are not associated with apertium, for the most part.
 
This section lists resources available on isiZulu. These are not associated with apertium, for the most part.

Revision as of 11:40, 4 January 2018

Contents

Resources

This section lists resources available on isiZulu. These are not associated with apertium, for the most part.

General

Machine translation

Dictionaries and phrasebooks

Grammars

Morphology

Miscellaneous

Academic Papers

Cognate Languages - Lewis Grout]

Personal tools