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Monday, December 17, 2012

Is is jodia, jodi a or jodi ya? Or can you use all three? I know depending on where you're from it make a difference.

jodi, jodia, jodi a, or jodi an (keep in mind that "a" acts like a definite article)

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2 comments:

  1. Can translate this? Today is Monday. Learn Kreyol today. Which Jodia would I use?

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    1. Today is Monday.
      Jodi a se lendi.

      Learn Creole today.
      Aprann Kreyol jodi a.

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