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Sunday, September 30, 2012

sa va mandaly? When saying for example, NONE OF THEM, must we use PA in addition to OKENN? Example OKENN NAN YO TE KONPRANN or OKENN NAN YO PA TE KONPRANN ? mèsi!

Sa va :)

So you mean when it's useed as a subject?
None of them → okenn nan yo, ankenn nan yo, yo youn

None of them understood.

Pa gen okenn nan yo ki te konprann.
Yo youn pa't konprann.
Pa gen youn nan yo ki te konprann.

None of them were ready for this.
Pa gen ankenn nan yo ki te pare pou sa
Yo youn pa't pare pou sa.
Pa gen youn nan yo ki te pare pou sa.

None of them knew the answer.
Pa gen okenn nan yo ki te konn repons lan.
Yo youn pa't konn repons lan.
Pa gen youn nan yo ki te konn repons lan.

None of us knew what was going to happen.
Pa gen okenn nan nou ki te konn sa'k te pral pase.
Nou youn pa't konnen sa'k te pral pase.
Pa gen youn nan nou ki te konnen sa'k te pral pase.

None of these people are from Haiti.
Pa gen okenn nan moun sa yo ki soti Ayiti.
Pa gen youn nan moun sa yo ki soti Ayiti.

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