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Thursday, April 11, 2013

I understand that in Creole "yon ti vizit doktè" may have nothing to do with a doctor's visit. Can you use one such instance in a sentence. And is there a equivalent Creole expression for "The cat's out of the bag."

Yon vizit doktè - a quick/brief visit
Apa w gentan prale.  Se yon ti vizit doktè ou t'ap fè.
I see that you're already leaving.  That was a short visit.

I know the H. Creole expression:  Mete tout kaka chat deyò which is to let the secret out

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