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Monday, January 28, 2013

...must have been (in Creole) (te dwe or dwe te?)

I say ...dwe te

1. Li te mouri maten an.  Li dwe te malad kèk tan.
    He died this morning.  He must have been sick for a while.

2. Li pa vle pale ak nou ankò.  Li dwe te tande sa nou te di sou li a.
    She doesn't want to speak to us anymore.  She must have heard what we said about her.

3. Li resevwa bon nòt pou egzamen an. Li dwe te etidye tout lannuit lan.

    She received good grades for the exam.  She must have studied all night.

4. There must have been a reason for change.  Do you know what it is?
    Dwe te gen yon rezon pou chanjman sa a.  Eske ou konnen sa li ye?

5. Ou dwe te renmen l anpil.
    You must have been really in love with him.

6. Ti mimi sa a t'ap pede suiv mwen tout kote m pase..  Li dwe te panse se mwen k manman li.
    This little kitty kept following me wherever I go.  He must have though that I was his mother.

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