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Monday, September 2, 2013

Could you also give us the lyrics and translation to this children's song? It goes something like this: "Ti sourit?, pletil., kote ou ale?, lekòl, ...aprann?, A, B, C, D, E, F, G..." -

“Ti sourit!”
“Sa w ap manje?”
“Grenn pwa!”
“Ban m ti kal!”
“Fè sèman!”
“Vyèj pete kouraj mwen, doupendoup!”

"Ti sourit!"
"Kote ou prale?"
"lakay kimoun?"
"Madan Aman."
"Sa w pral aprann?"
"A B  C  D  E  F G..."

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  1. Thanks so much! What does the line starting with vyèj mean?

  2. It's a SWEAR phrase.

    “Ti sourit!” (little mouse)
    “Plètil!” (yes?)
    “Sa w ap manje?” (what are you eating?)
    “Grenn pwa!” (a bean)
    “Ban m ti kal!” (give me some)
    “Jamè!” (never)
    “Fè sèman!” (can you swear)
    “Vyèj pete kouraj mwen, doupendoup!” (May the Virgin break my courage, doupendoup!)