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Lingala possessive pronouns (third person plural) 'their'

When the noun is in the plural, the Lingala word for their is na bango. Unlike English, the word na bango is placed after the noun.

Examples of using the word 'their' in Lingala with a plural noun

bandeko na bango
their brothers

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Basic words and phrases in Lingala

Get by in Lingala with these basic Lingala words & phrases.

I come from Canada.

Nazali moto ya Canada.

I am learning Spanish.

Nayekoli lokota ya Espang.

I was born in America.

Nabotami na America.

I am learning French.

Nayekoli lokota ya Falanse.

I am fine.

Nazali malamu.

I am single.

Nazali likombe.

I am thirsty.

Nazali na mposa ya mayi.

I was born in Canada.

Nabotami na Canada.