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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Is it standard to answer "yes" and "no" with "men" preceding them? I saw this in a Kreyol course I'm using, e.g. "Men wi" for "Yes"

Yes it is.

Men wi! (is literally But yes!) is the equivalent of But of course!

Men non! (is literally But no!) is the equivalent of But of course not!

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