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Friday, November 30, 2012

How is "however" translated in Creole in this piece here: "...however you want it" I am not sure I want to use NENPOT JAN for this. thanks!

O O!  I was going to suggest Nenpòt jan w vle'l 
If you don't want to use nenpòt jan, then you can say jan w vle'l la.

However (in whatever way?) adverb → nenpòt jan, nenpòt fason, nenpòt mannyè
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  2. Does "nenpòt sòt" exist as well?

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    1. I haven't heard of this..... yet :)

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