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Monday, October 21, 2013

Kisa ay la?

M pa fin konpran kesyon w lan nèt :)
M panse ou vle mande m ... Kisa ki ay la?  oubyen Kisa ki lay la?

Ay se yon entèjeksyon
Lay se sa yo rele GARLIC nan lang Angle a.

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3 comments:

  1. Haha, no, I just wanted a tranlation of "Kisa ay (like the english word hay) la" I do not understand it means. If it's an interjection it doesn't make sense to me.

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    1. Ohh I see. You could ask: Kisa ki "ay" la? or Kisa "ay" ye? or Kisa "ay" vle di?.

      "ay" usually expresses contempt or disregard.

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    2. Well I don't know what to tell you because it's definitely "Kisa (something that sounds like ay or eh) la." From what I can tell it's in a conversation about buying/giving someone a telephone or money for a telephone.

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