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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Kisa vle di 'lavichè'? Li pral bat grangu epi lavichè.

lavichè (lavi chè), literally means life expensive
If it is one word, lavichè, it means hardship, hard times, suffering,  inflation, bad economic times
If it is two words, lavi chè, then it is a sentence, Life is expensive.

These are the two translations that might work based on what you have:

as one word:
Li pral bat grangou epi lavichè. (Could it be: Li pral bat grangou ak lavichè?)
He / She will endure famine and bad economic times.

as two words:
Li pral pat grangou epi lavi chè.
He/she will brave hunger, and life is expensive.
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