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Friday, September 20, 2013

Kote ou ye konsa? / Kote ou ye? / ki kote ou ye? are the same question?

Yes, they all mean the same thing.

Kote yo ye konsa? → So, where are they?
Kote yo ye menm*? → Where are they anyway?
Kote yo ye or Ki kote yo ye? → Where are they?
and also...
Kibò yo ye? → Where are they?

*Other ways to use MENM (which seems to mean ANYWAY)
Kijan ou ye menm? - How are you anyway?
Sa ou fè menm? - What's you been up to anyway?

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