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Lingala possessive pronouns (third person singular) 'his'

The Lingala word for his is na ye. Unlike English, the word na ye is placed after the noun.

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

makolo na ye
his feet
bandeko na ye
his brothers
maboko na ye
his hands

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Each topic in the Lingala to English audio course provides a clear explanation of a particular aspect of Lingala grammar. There are numerous topics in the package. Topics include the Lingala definite article, the indefinite article, Lingala adjectives, Lingala pronouns, Lingala demonstrative pronouns. Each explanation includes examples of usage.

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Basic words and phrases in Lingala

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

Fine, thank you.

Malamu, melesí.

How's it going?

Ndenge nini ?

No thanks.

Te, botondi.

Thank you.

Melesí.

Excuse me.

Limbisa ngai.

Please.

Palado.