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Saturday, October 20, 2012

N'ap kenbe fo

Natirèlman :)
Nan lavi sa, pa gen plas pou moun ki fenyan. Se moun ki kenbe fò ki reyisi.

N'ap kenbe fò.
We're holding strong.
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3 comments:

  1. Whats yhe difference between fo and fem?

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    1. fò → strong, enduring
      fèm → firm, steady, unwavering

      When used with the word kenbe, "fò" and "fèm" practically mean the same thing.

      Kenbe fò. → Hold strong
      Kenbe fèm. → Stay unwavering, hang in there
      Kenbe la. → Stay steady, keep it up

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  2. Awesome! Mesi anpil!

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