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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Does "mache rive" form another noun or expression when used together?

It denotes the action of walking towards a goal.
Mache rive → to arrive on foot, to get to a location by walking, to walk, to walk to arrive

Mwen te mache rive la.
I walked to get there.

Nou pa't gen machin, se poutèt sa nou te oblije mache rive legliz la.
We didn't have a car, that's why we had to walk to get to the church.

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