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Monday, August 20, 2012

may god bless her soul

May God bless her soul.
Se pou Bondye beni nanm ni.
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3 comments:

  1. Poukisa se "namn ni" angiz "namn li"?

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    1. Ou va tande toulede nan lang Kreyòl la.

      "ni" se yon lòt varyasyon pou Haitian Creole third person possessive adjective and object pronoun,"li", used after the nasal sounds en, an, and resonating m's and n's.

      Dèfwa, ou va tande yon Ayisyen di:

      Mwen konnen ni. angiz Mwen konnen li.
      Li pral lakay fanmi ni. angiz Li pral lakay fanmi li. because of nasal vowel 'an'
      Sa se nonm ni. angiz Sa se nonm li

      Se pou ou toujou kontinye itilize "li". Men ou dwe konnen egzistans "ni", pou si toutfwa ou va wè li nan yon liv oubyen tande li nan konvèsasyon.

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