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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Which is better? Li vle yon mis. = She wants to be a nurse. or Li vle vin yon mis. = She wants to become a nurse. Also do you have to use vin for be/become? Thanks

The second Creole sentence says it better:

"Li vle vin yon mis / enfimyè."
"She wants to be a nurse"
"She wants to become a nurse."

Your first Creole sentence, Li vle yon mis, translates He/She wants a nurse.

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