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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

yon moun mande m kesyon li di "ki te premye fwa ou fè en kout pye nan peyi a?" Eske pou moun nan pa t di "ki premye fwa" enpi elimine 'te' patisip pase a?

Si se te mwen, m ta di ki premye fwa, paske se konsa m pale.  Men moun nan gen dwa se fason sa a l pale.  Se pa premye fwa m wè moun poze kesyon konsa...
Depi Kreyòl pa Franse sirèt, li se Kreyòl rèk :)

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2 comments:

  1. What does the proverb you used here mean, please?

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    1. It means that there's only one type of Creole.

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