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Monday, May 13, 2013

What does de twa mean?

de twa (detwa, dezoutwa, dezotwa) two or three, a few

1. Te gen sèlman detwa moun nan reyinyon an.
     There only a two or three people at the meeting.

2.  Mwen ge detwa bisiklèt lakay la.  M'ap fè kado youn.
     I have some bikes at home.  I'm giving one away.

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