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Saturday, February 2, 2013

What do you miss the most? Which do you prefer the most? Who do you like the most? What's the Creole sentence structure for these?

Kisa ou pi ....? → What do you .... the most?
Ki moun ou pi ....? → Who do you .... the most?
Kilè ou pi ....? → When are you most ....?

1. Kisa ou pi sonje nan peyi w?
    What do you miss the most about your country?

2. Kilès ou pi renmen?
    Who do you like the most?

3. Kilè, nan jounen an, ou pi fatige?
    When are you most tired during the day?

4. Kilès ou pi prefere? kafe ou te?
    Which do you prefer the most? coffee or tea?

5. Ki kalite mizik ou pi renmen koute?
    Which type of music you like to listen to the most?

You can also use "pi plis" instead of "pi".  If you use "pi plis", you'll place it after the verb


1. Kisa ou sonje pi plis nan peyi w?
    What do you miss the most about your country?

2. Kilès ou renmen pi plis?
    Who do you like the most?

3. Kilè, nan jounen an, ou fatige plis?
    When are you most tired during the day?

4. Kilès ou prefere pi plis? kafe ou te?
    Which do you prefer the most? coffee or tea?

5. Ki kalite mizik ou renmen plis koute?
    Which type of music you like to listen to the most?

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