1with (it, her/him)to (it, her/him)‘UThembi wabuya nalo ibhodlela alithi qithi lapha phambi kukayise’ — Thembi returned with the bottle and placed it down in front of her father
2also (it, she/he)(it, she/he) tooeven (it, she/he)‘Kuphele nenyanga, ligcwele yini pho nalo ibhasi lelo?’ — It's the end of the month; is that bus also full?
3with (it)to (it)‘Uvalo onalo nguwe qobo okumele ulwe nalo’ — The fear that you have, only you can struggle with. (Literally: The fear that you are with, only you should fight with it.)
4also (it)(it) tooeven (it)‘Singenze njani, ngoba phela nalo udaba lokwabiwa kwelifa lakhe lusazothatha isikhathi’ — What can we do, because the matter of dividing the inheritance will still take time too?
1with this (one)‘Angivumelani nalo mbhali’ — I don't agree with this writer‘Kukhona okushaya amanzi mayelana nalo mxhaso’ — There is something fishy about this sponsor
2also this (one)this (one) tooeven this (one)‘Nalo mama waze wabeletha sisobabili kuleli gumbi’ — This woman eventually also gave birth while we were both in this room‘Nalo msindo awunqamuki’ — Also this noise doesn't stop
1and this (one)‘Nalo nkosikazi owayesebenza lapha ekhaya, uNjiqa, wayezithutha mihla lena izindaba ngalabo bantu’ — And this lady, Njiqa, who was working here at home, told stories about the people (in) those days‘Ukhona umcabango ongifikelayo ngothisha uZungu nalo mhogwane awuhambisa emgwaqweni’ — There is a thought that came to me about teacher Zungu and the little mongrel that he took for a walk in the street
1and (it, she/he)‘Waqonda ehlathini wafika wafihla imvunulo yakhe nalo ibhantshi leli’ — He went to the bush and hid his festive clothing and his jacket