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Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Mandaly. Ki jan yo di: "I am waiting for the chauffeur guide. "Li se "M ap tann pou chofe gid la." Li korek? M te we li: "M tann pou chofe gid la." Li pa ta vle gen: "I wait for the chauffeur guide."? Eskiz Kreyol mwen. Mesi.

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  1. Madanm. Pou ki sa se li "a" olye de "la" nan fraz ou pou "the"? M te panse li
    te sipoze "la"? Mesi.

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    1. The definite article "a" follows the vowels.
      So, because of the "e" in chofè we say: chofè a.

      The definite article "la" follows the consonants.
      If we had the word "gid" at the hand, then because of the consonant "d" in "gid we would say "chofè gid la"

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  2. Mandaly. Mwen gen plis konprann kounye a pou atik yo. Yon gran mesi.

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  3. Mwen kontan tande sa Rachal. Chak jou Kreyòl ou ap vin pi miyò . M'espere n'a pale ankò byento.

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