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Friday, August 21, 2015

How do you say "She is 5' 2"" Do you use 62 santimèt? How would you say she weighs 110 lbs (50 kilograms)? Zanmi mwen petèt ka fè wob karabela la pou pitit fi mwen.

Yes, you may use centimeters or feet for the height which, for 5'2", should be about 157 cm.

We say "liv" for pounds. So 110 pounds will be translated as 110 liv.

Zanmi mwen petèt ka fè wob karabela la pou pitit fi mwen.

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