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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

kijan fraz sa ka tradwi an angle: mwen gen pou mwen ale men se pa kounye-a

gen pou (or genyen pou) translates in to a future form.
You may translate it as will or plan to

1. Mwen gen pou mwen ale men se pa kounye-a 
    I will go but not now.
    I plan to go, but not now.

2. Pitit ou a gen pou l vini yon gran powèt.
    Your child will become a great poet.

3. Nou gen pou nou ale New York wikenn sa.
    Nou gen pou n'ale New York wikenn sa. (contracted)
    We plan to go to New York this weekend.

4. Nou gen pou n wè, nou gen pou n tande (Creole expression)
    You will see and you will hear.

5.  Pa dekouraje, ou gen pou w jwenn yon pi bon travay pase sa w te genyen anvan an.
      Don't be discouraged, you will find a better job than what you had before.

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