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Friday, August 17, 2012

Hello! I have a Haitian facebook friend who asked about a picture of me. I'd like to say, "This is a picture of me. I have not shaved my beard in many months!" I thought the second sentence might be "Fè pa bab mwen plizyè mwa!" What would the first be?

This is a picture of me.
Sa se foto mwen.
or
This is me.
Sa se mwen menm.

For the second sentence, say instead:
I have not shaved my beard in many months.
Mwen gen plizyè mwa mwen pa raze bab mwen.


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1 comment:

  1. Thank you! I was surprised that the word "muen" appears 3 times in that sentence!

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