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Friday, February 7, 2014

Depi ti konkonm tap goumen ak beregen? I just found out what this means. Can I use it when I say, “I saw her a long time ago.” Is there any other HC expressions with the same meaning?


This expression is principally about “the olden days”, “in the past

Depi ti konkonm t’ap goumen ak berejènlong long time ago, in the past

The following Haitian Creole expressions also mean “long long time ago”, “in the olden days”:

Depi sou prezidan bann machè
Nan tan benbo

Depi tandantan

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