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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Just confirming that "Maten an, m leve men m pa t santi m anfòm" is translated as "this morning ..." not "The morning..." . That I can say "this" even when the creole clearly say "the"

Yes, confirmed.

Maten anthis morning.

1. Kouman ou ye maten an?
   How are you this morning?

2. Yo te sòti depi yèreswa.  Se maten an yo resi rantre lakay yo.
    They went out since last night.  They finally came home this morning.

3. Poukisa w akaryat konsa maten an?
   Why are you in such a bad mood this morning?

4. Sa w'ap ban'm manje maten an?
    What are you feeding me this morning?
    What are you cooking this morning?

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