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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Be respectful

We usually say:
Fè respè'w which literally means to earn your respect.

If you want to say Be respectful in Haitian Creole, it's better to name the "object" such as:
Gen respè pou lòt.
Be respectful of others.
Have respect for others.

or
Respekte lèzòt yo.
Respect others.
Have respect for others.

or
Respekte pwochen'w.
Respect your neighbor.
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