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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Mandaly, Re: the verb "sanble ak - to look like", where to place preposition "AK" when you ask the question WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE? Kisa li sanble ak...?

Verbs with prepositions: sanble ak (to look like), fèt ak (to be made of), mete nan (to put in), ale ak (to go with).], etc...
When asking questions, these Haitian Creole prepositions are usually place at the beginning of the question.

Ak kisa li sanble?
What does it look like?

Ak kisa li fèt?
What is it made of?

Nan kisa ou te mete l?
What did you put it in?

Ak kilès ou prale?
Who will you go with?

Pou kilès machin sa a ye?
Who is this car for?
WHo does this car belong to?
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