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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

None, no one (Creole)

These links might be helpful:  
any and none
okenn, nenpòt, & pyès

none - okenn, ankenn, pyès
examples:
1. None of these people have a license.
    Ankenn nan moun sa yo pa gen lisans.

2. Okenn nan nou pa't espere sa.
    None of us expected this.

3. nou youn → none of us (Li pa pale ak nou youn → He spoke to none of us)
    yo youn → none of them (Yo youn pa't prezante. → None of them showed up)

no one → okenn moun, pèsonn, pyès moun
examples:
4. Pa gen pyès moun la.
   There's no one there.

5.  Pèsonn pa't vin ede'm.
     No one came to help me.

6. Pa gen okenn moun ki kwè'w.
    There's no one who believes you.
    No one believes you.

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