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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Mandaly, does Creole "pi fo" means 'louder, stronger or most'?

It translates all three :)

Pale pi fò.
Speak louder.

Kòd sa a pi fò.
This rope is stronger.

Pifò elèv yo t'ale nan jounen an.
Most of the students went on the field trip.
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4 comments:

  1. Nan twazyem fraz la... Eske ou ta ka di "Pi plis elèv yo..."?

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  2. Wi, definitivman!
    Ou kapab di sa.

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  3. Mesi. Mwen te panse sa, men mwen te vle pou konfime.

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