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Monday, January 21, 2013

Talking to self? (an Creole)

talking to self → pale pou kont, pale poukò

1.  Why are you talking to yourself?
      Poukisa w'ap pale poukò w?
      or
      Poukisa w'ap pale poukont ou?

2. The woman sat in a corner, she was talking to herself.
    Madanm nan te chita nan yon kwen, li t'ap pale poukò l.
    or
    Madanm nan te chita nan yon kwen li t'ap pale pou kont li.

3.  If you see me talk to myself, that doesn't mean I'm crazy.
    Si w wè m'ap pale poukont mwen, se pa fou mwen fou.
    or
    Si w wè m'ap pale poukò m, se pa fou mwen fou.

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