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Monday, August 12, 2013

what is the word 'plede' when used before a verb. I use the verb 'to plead' but it doe not fit.

plede (pede) - to keep on

1. Poukisa w;ap plede kriye konsa?
    Why do you keep crying so much?

2.  Mwen kalote l paske l t'ap plede anniye m.
     I slapped him because he kept bugging me.

3.  Si lapli ap plede tonbe konsa, nou pral gen inondasyon.
      If it keeps raining like that, we'll have flood.

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