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Monday, January 21, 2013

When I use "anyen" as in "nothing scares me" should I say ANYEN FE M PE or ANYEN PA FE M PE. mesi.

Yeap, the negative indicator "pa" belongs in there.
Anyennothing, not anything

1. Nothing scares me.
    Anyen pa fè m pè.

2. Nothing surprises me.
    Anyen pa fè m sezi.

3. Anyen pa't prepare nou pou sa nou te wè jou sa a.
   Nothing had prepared us for what we saw that day.

4. Pa kite anyen detounen w nan wout ou.
    Don't let anything disrupt you on your way.

5. Ou pa bezwen pè, mwen pa'p kite anyen rive w.
     Don't be afraid, I won't let anything happen to you.

5. Pou ou mwen pa anyen.  Men pou Bondye mwen se tout bagay.
    To you I'm nothing.  To God I'm everything.

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  1. Tense is the hardest thing for me in Creole.

    Above you wrote:

    "Anyen pa't prepare nou pou sa nou te wè jou sa a."

    Is the sentence still sensible without the second "te," as in:

    ""Anyen pa't prepare nou pou sa nou wè jou sa a.""

    1. Oh yes definitely. Actually many Haitians might say that sentence without the second "te".

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