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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

what is fè mikalaw?

fè mikalaw → to abound, to be plentiful
Another word we use is agogo or fè kenken

Manje fè mikalaw nan fèt la.
Te gen manje agogo nan fèt la.
Manje fè kenken nan fèt la.
There were plenty of food at the party.

Jounalis fè mikalaw devan lopital.
There were many reporters in front of the hospital.

Boutèy byè vid fè kenken tout atè lakay fanm nan.
There were many empty beer bottles all over the floor at the woman's home.

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