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Saturday, February 16, 2013

In "M rete an Ayiti" and "M rete Ozetazini"; is the "an" optional to use?

Other ways to say "M rete an Ayiti."
M abite Ayiti.
M abite an Ayiti
Mwen rezide an Ayiti
M'ap viv Ayiti
or
M'ap viv an Ayiti.

Other way to say "M rete Ozetazini."
M'abite Ozetazini.
M'ap viv Ozetazini
M'abite nan peyi Etazini.
Mwen rezide nan peyi Etazini.
or
Mwen demere nan peyi Etazini.

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