"A kere" or " Akere" is a commonly spoken interjection in Setswana, which often translates to "is it not?" or "isn't it" in short. It is usually placed at the end of a declarative sentence to turn it into a question.

"Leina la gago ke Thabo, akere?" >> Your name is Tshepo, isn't it?

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