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Monday, February 23, 2015

Hello! I've been studying the Haitian Creole language and I really like this language and it's fantastic that I can talk to Haitian friends in their mother tongue. I want to know the difference between PRAL and VA (or, A).

That is awesome :)
 
Va, a, or ava – future tense – aux: will or shall
 
Nou va kite demen.
N’a kite demen
N’ava kite demen.
We will leave tomorrow.
We shall leave tomorrow.
 
 
Pral, prale to be + going to
 
M pral pale avè l pou m ka fè l konnen sa m peze.
Or 
M prale pale avè l pou m ka fè l konnen sa m peze.
 
I’m going to talk to her to let her know what I’m made of.

 
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