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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Mandaly,how would you say, "Whenever I hear your name, I get butterflies in my tummy out of desire for you"? Mesi anpil

Hmmm.... butterflies (excitement, nervousness, anxiety, fear, concern)

'I get butterflies in my tummy....'
Kè m cho (I'm excited)
Mwen eksite (I'm excited)
Kè m bat fò (I'm excited)
Kè m sou biskèt (I got the jitters)
Chèdepoul leve sou mwen (I get goosebumps)
Mwen sou tansyon (I'm nervous)
Mwen gen anksyete (I'm nervous)
Mwen enkyete (I'm anxious)

"Whenever I hear your name, I get butterflies in my tummy out of desire for you"
"Depi m tande non w kè m tonbe bat fò tèlman mwen anvi w."

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