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Friday, January 31, 2014

I know you said vin jwenn mwen means come to me. what are the chances that someone might be saying come find me instead?

Slight chance I guess, if spoken by a non native.  But usually "Vin jwenn mwen" means "Come to me".  And also "Vin chache m" means "Come pick me up" even though it seems to say something else.

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