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Monday, February 28, 2011

M dejene, M manje, do both mean, I eat breakfast.

No, "dejene" means to "eat breakfast".
and "manje" simply means "to eat"

When dejene is a noun, it means 'breakfast, n.'
when dejene is a verb, it means 'to eat breakfast'

m dejene - I eat breakfast
sa se dejene m - this is my breakfast

m manje - I eat
m manje yon pòm - I eat an apple
m manje yon mango - I eat a mango
sa se manje m - This is my food
M ap manje - I am eating

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