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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

"Eske w' gen yon mo oubyen yon fraz ki vle di menm bagay kom mo angle nwa-a "finna" nan Kreyol? Kom, "I am finna leave now".

Pa genyen yon ekivalan EGZAK an kreyòl.
Men ou kapab tradui li ak mo sa yo: PRAL, SANSE, PRÈS POU, E FIN (fini)

I finna leave now.
M pral ale kounye a.
M sanse kite  la a.
M près pou ale la a.
Mwen fin ale wi la a.

Leave can be translated as kite, pati, ale in Creole,

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2 comments:

  1. In Texas we say "fixin'"

    I'm fixin' to go the store. :)

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    1. That's interesting.
      I take it that it means about the same as "finna".
      When I was just learning English, I erroneously thought that it meant "fee like".

      Mèsi anpil :)

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