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Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Translating 'former' and 'latter'. "John likes both ferrets and guinea pigs as pets, but he really prefers the former over the latter." or "John likes both ferrets and guinea pigs as pets, but he really prefers the former over the latter."

former → premye a, sa anvan an
latter → dènye a, dezyèm nan

1. Mwen renmen toude mizik konpa ak kalipso, men mwen pi pito premye a pase dezyèm nan.
    I love both konpa and calypso music, but I prefer the former over the latter.

2. Tout moun koute mizik konpa, twoubadou ak zouk, men dènye a pi popilè.
    Everyone listens to konpa, troubadour, and zouk music, but the latter is more popular.


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