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Thursday, August 13, 2015

What is Pase Pou in front of a sentence? mesi

It means rather than:

Pase pou m marye m pito mouri.
rather than I get married I prefer to die (literally)
I rather die than get married.

Pase pou m fè vye travay nan peyi Etazini, m pito tounen nan peyi m.
rather than I do menial jobs in the U.S, I prefer to go back to my country. (literally)
I rather go back to my country than do degrading jobs in the U.S.

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