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Sunday, September 9, 2012

Sa Sa Ye La, Mandaly :)

Men wi :)

Sa sa ye la?
Ki koze sa?
Ki bagay sa?
Ki pawòl sa?
Ki tenten sa?

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4 comments:

  1. Sa k'ap pase la?
    S'ak genyen la?

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  2. What is the translation?

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    1. All of the above Creole sentences are mainly translating What is this? or What's going on there?

      Sa sa ye la ?(contracted)
      or
      Kisa sa ye la? (uncontracted)
      literally translates
      What that is there?

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  3. Nan ki sa nou ye la?

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