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Monday, March 18, 2013

"Se tout sa" (m genyen) (in English)

1. Se tout sa m genyen.
    That's all I have.

2. Se tout sa n genyen.
    That's all we have.

3.  Eske se tout sa w genyen?
     Is that all you have?

4.  Se tout sa m genyen pou m di.
     That's all I have to say.

5.  Se tout sa m'ap pran avè m.
     That's all I'll take with me.

6.  Se tout sa mwen vle.
     That's all I want.

7.  Se tout sa m te wè.
     That's all I saw.

8.  Se tout sa nou bezwen.
     That's all we need.

9.  Se tout?
     Eske se tout?
     Is that all?

10.  Wi, se tout?
       Yes, that's all.

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