1(singular)u-wa-‘After a while you start reading with greater care and you realize the author's true meaning’ — Emuva kwesikhashana uqala ukufunda ngokucophelela okukhulu bese ubona okuqondwe umbhali
2-ku-‘I wish you pleasant dreams’ — Ngikufisela amnandi amaphupho
3wena-we‘You are talking like a fool’ — Wena ukhulumisa okwesilima
4(plural)ni-na-‘You were still asleep’ — Nisalele
5-ni-‘We wish you a happy Christmas and a happy New Year’ — Sinifisela uKhisimusi omuhle nonyaka omusha omuhle
6nina-ni‘You children mustn't make so much noise!’ — Nina zingane ningabangi umsindo ongaka!
In English, you refers to the second person singular as well as the second person plural, and is used as a subject or object pronoun. Translated into isiZulu, either a subject concord (SC) or object concord (OC) is used. Full or shortened absolute pronouns may also be used in isiZulu.