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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Mandaly, I am sorry, but I forgot to ask the most important question in my last posting. In French and Spanish when you are addressing both boys and girls you use the masculine form such as "los muchachos" and "les garcons". How is it in Kreyol with this narrative? There really is no masculine and feminine in Kreyol per se. Mesi anpil.

In Creole we say mesyedam, or mesyezedam when addressing both males and females.

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