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Monday, February 11, 2013

'To meet' in contexts? "I am delighted to meet you." or "I'm finally going to meet Jean-Paul." or "I met my professor at the movies." or "I ran into your sister in town." or "I will meet you at the restaurant." or "Congress meets on Thursdays."

To meet (to be introduced, to make acquaintance) → rankontre, fè konesans, rekonèt ou

1.  I am delighted to meet you.
    Mwen te kontan fè konesans ou.
    Mwen te kontan rekonèt ou.

2. I'm finally going to meet Paul. (for the first time?)
    Mwen resi pral rekonèt Paul .

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To meet (to encounter) → rankontre, kontre, kontre bab pou bab, kwaze ak, jwenn ak

3. "I met my professor at the movies."
    "Mwen te kwaze ak pwofesè mwen nan sinema a"

To meet (get together) → reyini, rasanble, met tèt ansanm, pote kole

4. "The ladies club meet on Thursdays"
    "Gwoup dàm yo rasanble lèjedi."

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