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Saturday, November 23, 2013

How do you use gwo san in a sentence? Does it have different meanings?

gwo san (adj.) - short-tempered

Use the verb "gen" or "genyen"  with GWO SAN.

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M pa vle annafè ak Joanne.  Li gen gwo san. – I don’t want to deal with Joanne.  She is short-tempered.

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2 comments:

  1. how do you say welcome to our thanks giving ceremony?

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    1. THANKSGIVING: Aksyondegras

      You can always subsitute "seremoni" for "selebrasyon"

      Welcome to our Thanksgiving ceremony.
      Byenveni nan seremoni Aksyondegras nou

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