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Sunday, April 28, 2013

I am pasting this sentence here: "Louvri fèy zòrèy nou pou n manyè tande lè m ap pale." What is "fey" and "manye" here. I do know both words, but don't understand them here.

fèy (leaf) means flap here.
manyèat least see the link for "manyè"

Louvri fèy zòrèy nou pou n manyè tande lè m ap pale
Open the flap of your ears so that you may at least hear me when I speak.

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