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  • Setswana is spoken by 63.4% of all North West residents, where 53.8% of all Setswana- speaking
  • Setswana is largely found in North West, a province bordering the country of Botswana
  • Sesotho is South Africa's sixth most common home language

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English Translation: arch 

Language: Setswana

 a built structure in the form of part of a circle

English Translation: alarm 

Language: Setswana

a warning about danger by means of a loud noise or flashing light

English Translation: calendar 

Language: Setswana

 months and days of the year set out on paper or computer for planning activities

English Translation: America 

Language: Setswana

 informal name for the United States of America

English Translation: analogue (of a watch or clock)

Language: Setswana

watch or clock on which the time is shown by hands

English Translation: cook 

Language: Setswana

 to prepare food

English Translation: cook

Language: Setswana

transform by heating; be prepared by heating (of food); to prepare (food, a dish, or a meal) by mixing, combining, and heating the ingredients.

English Translation: apple 

Language: Setswana

a kind of fruit

English Translation: apple

Language: Setswana

a round fruit with red, yellow, or green skin and firm white flesh; the usually round, red or yellow, edible fruit of a small tree, Malus sylvestris, of the rose family.

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