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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Depi kèk tan...

Depi kèk tan → for some time
Depi yon bon bout tan → for quite some time.

1. Kijan manman w ye?  Mwen pa wè l depi kèk tan.
    How's your mom?  I haven't seen her for some time.

2. Depi kèk tan m'ap priye, men bagay yo pa janm chanje.
    For some time now I've been praying, but things haven't changed.

3. Mwen pa kwè w'ap jwenn ray tren Ayiti ankò.  Yo te retire yo depi yon bon bout tan.
    I don't think you'll find any railroad tracks in Haiti anymore.  They removed them quite some time ago.

4.  Depi yon bon bout tan ma'p reve pou m ale Itali.  Jodi a se jou pou rèv mwen vin reyalite.
    For quite some time I've been dreaming of going to Italy.  Today is the day my dream comes true.

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