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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Hi Mandaly, can you explain this phrase please: yo pa t kò konnen okenn mal


Yo pa t kò konnen okenn mal.
yo - they
pa t kò (or patko, pa te ko) - not ...yet (past tense) [present tense is: poko, ponkò, pako]
konnen - to know
okenn - any, none
mal - evil, wrongdoing, immorality

Yo pa t kò konnen okenn mal.
They were still in their innocence.
They did not know any evil yet.

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