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Thursday, July 25, 2013

how to you say "to" in Creole when saying -from the ceiling to the floor-? I'm tempted to say "de twati a a ate a", but the two "a" happening back to back here seems confusing..

You can use JOUK, JOUS, JISKA, RIVE in this case.

Depi nan plafon an jouk atè a.
Depi nan plafon an jisk'atè a.
Sot nan plafon an rive atè a. or sot nan plafon rive jous atè a*
The very last example is more like *"from the ceiling all the way to the floor"

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