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  • The first work of Sesotho literature was Thomas Mofolo's classic novel Chaka, which was completed in 1910
  • Sesotho is another of South Africa's three Sotho languages, spoken by 7.6% of the country's population
  • Sesotho is the language of the Free State, which borders the kingdom of Lesotho
  • Sesotho is spoken by 62.6% of the Free State population

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English Translation: science 

Language: Sesotho

study of nature based on observation, experiment and measurement, and the explanation of these studies

English Translation: cigarette 

Language: Sesotho

 shredded dry tobacco leaves inside a tube of paper for smoking, usually with a filter at one end

English Translation: handkerchief 

Language: Sesotho

piece of cloth for wiping eyes or face and for blowing nose

English Translation: goodbye 

Language: Sesotho

word expressing good wishes when leaving

English Translation: owner 

Language: Sesotho

person who owns something

English Translation: cement

Language: Sesotho

a buildingÊmaterial that is a powder made of a mixture of calcined limestone and clay; used with water and sand or gravel to make concrete and mortar

English Translation: sandwich 

Language: Sesotho

 two slices of bread with a filling

English Translation: napkin

Language: Sesotho

piece of cloth to wipe one’s hands and mouth after eating

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