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Saturday, December 1, 2012

But why is the la following jan w vle'l la?

It represents a definite article.  In this case it'll either be "a" or "la" depending on whether it comes after the subject pronoun "li" or its contracted form "l".

Jan  |  w   | vle   | li   | a.
Jan  | w    |  vle   | l   | la.
way   | yo  | want  | it   | the.

The way you want it
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