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    Question Kweyol (creole) crash course for lovers

    Val, ah really need yuh up in here. Ah need a big help wid dis 1. All d other kweyol (creole) experts can jump in and hop in too.

    Translation:How do u translate...

    I still love you
    That Bara reign jus' won't let up.

    I am in the Navy. Who is on board the ship? We have to go do battle.

    RIRI 4 eva.

    IT'S GHOULE TIME AND D GHOULES R AFTER ME. HELP!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bara View Post
    Val, ah really need yuh up in here. Ah need a big help wid dis 1. All d other kweyol (creole) experts can jump in and hop in too.
    Translation:How do u translate...
    I still love you
    Hi Bara
    I would say
    -> Mwen enmen'w toujou
    -> Mwen enmen'w jik jÚdi

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    Barayou have a creole-speaking man?

    anyways Frederic answered your question.
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    go up to her and say...."neg gran sal..get mamow"....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RotiKing2004eva View Post
    go up to her and say...."neg gran sal..get mamow"....
    i tink haitians say geh for cont?



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    [QUOTE=RotiKing2004eva;2646155]go up to her and say...."neg gran sal..get mamow"
    you are so bad .....................lol,kicks
    I would like to Thank all the fake haitians, who came out during the west-indian parade, but who has no roots to Haiti island ,and no haitian accent !!!!!!
    Thanks again see you phony people next year !!!!!!! ,2013.


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    I'm on canal street buying me a Louie belt with my creole Beyonce',B.Gumbal,Lil Fizz ....dont get it twisted haters canal st in new orleans at saks not ny where them fake louie sells

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    Quote Originally Posted by RotiKing2004eva View Post
    go up to her and say...."neg gran sal..get mamow"....
    Well Bara that one is for advanced user but it might help in some other cases not for love for sure

    RotiKing do you speak patois fluently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by frederic View Post
    Well Bara that one is for advanced user but it might help in some other cases not for love for sure

    RotiKing do you speak patois fluently?
    it's my understading that Creole is not patois.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frederic View Post
    Well Bara that one is for advanced user but it might help in some other cases not for love for sure

    RotiKing do you speak patois fluently?
    no. i don't speak it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RotiKing2004eva View Post
    no. i don't speak it at all.
    why didn't u learn it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by soraya View Post
    it's my understading that Creole is not patois.
    we call it patois but dey say creole, patois is use 95% of da time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frederic View Post
    Hi Bara
    I would say
    -> Mwen enmen'w toujou
    -> Mwen enmen'w jik jÚdi
    I think Bara needs to say from which country her man is from...
    because haitains would not say it like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insane Lucian View Post
    we call it patois but dey say creole, patois is use 95% of da time.

    i have a lucian friend but she learned to speak like a haitian but her husband is from ste lucia and i don't always understand him. he uses a lot of words that i never heard before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soraya View Post
    i have a lucian friend but she learned to speak like a haitian but her husband is from ste lucia and i don't always understand him. he uses a lot of words that i never heard before.
    yep it's different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RotiKing2004eva View Post
    no. i don't speak it at all.
    Ok np :) I know that patois is spoken by very few people in Trinidad.
    I've met some speakers in the North of Trinidad, and more surprisingly I also met people who could understand it (I mean who can't speak it).

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