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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Lik 7:26 Men, manyè di m' kisa nou tal wè? Yon pwofèt? Wi. Mwen menm, mwen di nou: li pi plis pase yon pwofèt. ( Can you please translate above into English ? more details for "manyè", "tal" plz. kamsa hamnida)

manyè - at least, more or less; Click on this link to see the different ways you can you MANYÈ

manyè (lit. manner, way) → in a way, in some manner
manyè di m  → in a way, tell me; at least tell me

tal, here, is a contraction for "te ale".  I would have written it as "t'al" or "t al"

Men   |  manyè    | di m      |   kisa  | nou              | t'al    | wè
But      | at least    |  tell me  |  what  | you (plural)    | went  | see
But, won't you at least tell me what you went to see?

Wi  | Mwen menm | mwen di nou | li    | pi plis |  pase | yon pwofèt
Yes  | myself            | I tell you         |  he  | more   | than   | a prophet
Yes. As for me, I tell you he's more than a prophet.


"Men, manyè di m' kisa nou tal wè? Yon pwofèt? Wi. Mwen menm, mwen di nou: li pi plis pase yon pwofèt."
"But, at least tell me what you went to see? A prophet? Yes. As for me, I tell you, "He's more than a prophet."

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