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Monday, April 8, 2013

What's the difference between 'FENNEN' and 'BLAZE'. Should I say "Li tankou yon fle ki fin blaze" or "li toukou yon fle ki fin fennen"? mesi anpil anpil :)

fennen - wilted, faded, which has lost its color
fennen - depressed-looking
Figi l fennen - She is looking sad.
blaze - which has lost its color, which has faded, which has become dull
The better choice would be the second sentence: "He/She is like a wilted flower"

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