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Monday, December 17, 2012

I made a little progress with this, but what's the last word here? "Depi batay mete pye, tout moun kraze rak"

mete pyeto ensue, start to happen, arise
kraze rakto flee, to run away.
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2 comments:

  1. Is it finn or fin? EX: Mwen pa fin or finn konprann. Because fin is short for finish right? But finn could mean totally, fully, correct?

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    1. It's FIN (no double "n")
      FIN is short for FINI

      Yes you are correct, it could mean TOTALLY, FULLY, and also DONE, DONE WITH, etc...

      I just posted the answer, check it out.

      Mèsi :)

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