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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

how to say i am coming

I am coming → M'ap vini.

I see that google translate gives you a slightly different translation when you type in I'm coming and I am coming.  There are instances where you can use "M'ap vin", and there are instances where you can't, but you can never go wrong with M'ap vini.
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2 comments:

  1. Does 'm'ap vivi' also mean something like 'I'll be right back'?

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    1. yes.
      m'ap vini. can also translate I'll be back, I'll be right back,I'll be there...

      You'll probably hear it in sentences like:

      Tann mwen la, ma'p vini
      Wait there, I'll be back
      or
      Wait for me, I'll be right there.

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