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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

What does Map pense a toi mean?

This is not 100% Creole.
Is this from a satirical sketch?
Is it from a poem?

This should say M'ap panse a ou (H. Creole) or Je pense a toi (French);  not M'ap panse a toi.
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1 comment:

  1. My boyfriend is Haitian and grew up speaking H. Creole in US. He did take french in H.S. and says he speaks with more of a slang too.

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