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Monday, March 17, 2014

Hi Mandaly! What is the English equivalent word for someone who is"kaprisyéz"? does it mean that the person is shy/timid or maybe for example, you ask the person if he/she wants a piece of your cake (perhaps lol) and the person says no thanks but deep down the person wants it? Thanks!

Yes, you got it.  The “kaprisyèz” person (in Haitian Creole) may be timid or pretending to be. The person may try to be coy when in fact he/she is not.

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