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Saturday, October 6, 2012

How do you introduce someone in Creole? Such as "this is my friend mary, mary, this is joe"

Sa se madanm mwen. (This is my wife)
Sa se papa'm. (This is my Dad)
Sa se zanmi mwen, Mary. (This is my friend Mary)
Sa se frè mwen, Ernest. (This is my brother Ernest)

Mary, sa se Joe. (Mary, this is Joe)
Manman, sa se menaj mwen Rachel. (Mom, this is my girlfriend Rachel)

Mwen kontan rekonèt ou.
Se yon plezi pou m fè konesans ou.
I am pleased to meet you.

Mwen kontan rekonèt ou tou.
I am pleased to meet you too.

Mwen menm tou, mwen kontan rekonèt ou.
Me too, I'm pleased to meet you.

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