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Saturday, February 15, 2014

How do you ask someone to bring you something or get you something? "Please get me a loaf of bread from the store.

We use “pote” , “mennen”, and sometimes “pran
Examples:
1. Mennen l ban mwen. or Pote l ban mwen. - Bring it to me.
2. Pran l pou mwen tanpri. - Get it for me please.
3. Bring me the baby. - Pote bebe a ban mwen.
4. Get me a cold glass of water please. - Pote yon vè dlo glase pou mwen tanpri.
5. Can you get this bag for m? I can reach it. - Eske w kapab pran valiz sa a pou mwen,? M pa ka rive pran l.

6. Please get me a loaf of bread from the store. - Tanpri achte yon pen pou mwen nan magazen an.

7. Please get me a loaf of bread while you’re at the store. - Tanpri pran yon pen pou mwen pandan w nan magazen an.

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