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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

What is koupe pye in this sentence? depi lo sa a m fe seman pou m koupe pye m la.

Koupe pye – to stop frequenting a place, to avoid going somewhere anymore

1. Depi m te tande nouvèl la  m te koupe pye nan legliz sa nèt. - Since I heard the news  I stopped going to that church.


2. Tanndat m koupe pye lakay vwazin nan, poukisa w’ap mande m nouvèl li? - I stopped going to the neighbor’s house a long time ago, why are you asking me about her?


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3. Depi lò sa a (Or depi lè sa a) m fè sèman pou m koupe pye m la . –
Since then I swore to never set foot there.

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