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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Does adding konsa after di "di konsa" mean something other than "said"? I want to say Jezi di konsa.

"di konsa" basically mean "to say".  "konsa", here, literally means "like that"

1.  Jezi di konsa, "Vin jwen mwen".
     Jezi di, "Vin jwenn mwen".
     Jesus says, "Come to me."

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