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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Is there any difference between saying "Reflechi sou yon bagay" or "reflechi ak yon bagay"? What about "reflechi nan yon bagay"? I wouldn't say there's a big difference, is there?

Hi. Yes, there's a difference. The correct way is reflechi sou.

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2 comments:

  1. So what does this mean? Thank you.

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    1. It means that we usally say reflechi sou, and panse ak.
      for example:
      An nou reflechi sou sa - Let's reflect on this. or Let's think about this
      and
      An nou panse ak sa. - Let's think about this

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