Your grammar lesson for today starts with a sentence:
Ka Saturday, ke lomilwe ke ntsha.
Let's break it down.
Ntsha - dog (nn-cha)
Go loma - to bite (ho loh-mah)
Ntsha e loma - the dog bites (nn-cha ay loh-mah)
Ntsha e ntoma - the dog bites me (nn-cha ay nn-toe-mah)
Ntsha e lomile - the dog bit (nn-cha ay loh-me-lay)
Ntsha e ntomile - the dog bit me (nn-cha ay nn-toe-me-lay)
Ke lomilwe - I was bitten (kay loh-meal-way)
Ke lomilwe ke ntsha - I was bitten by a dog (kay loh-meal-way kay nn-cha)
Ka Saturday, ke lomilwe ke ntsha
On Saturday, I was bitten by a dog.
Excellent work, class.
(...Don't worry, the dog had its rabies shot and I am healing very nicely!)