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Sunday, February 2, 2014

How do you say "to feel sorry for oneself"?


To feel sorry for – pran lapenn pou, gen kè fè mal pou
egzanp:

1. I feel sorry for him. – M pran lapenn pou li or Kè m fè m mal pou li

2. She felt sorry for me. – Li te pran lapenn pou mwen. Or Kè l te fè l mal pou mwen.

3. I feel so sorry for you. – Kè m fè m mal anpil pou ou.

 

To feel sorry for oneself - pran lapenn pou tèt ou, or pran lapenn pou pwòp tèt ou

4. He felt sorry for himself – Li pran lapenn pou pwòp tèt li.

5. Why are you sitting here feeling sorry for yourself? – Poukisa ou chita la ap pran lapenn pou tèt ou?

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