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Monday, June 17, 2013

How many "yo" can a sentence handle? Does this sound grammatically correct to you? "Yo te louvri kay yo ak bra yo pou yo te ka akeyi moun yo ki te vin travay nan klinik yo"

wow... that's a lot of "yo" for that little sentence :)  You are probably reading it within the context of a paragraph. I would replace the first "yo" with the subject and remove the plural article "yo" which comes right after "moun".
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