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Postby Jofi-a » 2007-01-09, 17:53

Diksyone mwen gen etanda=stand ak estanda=standard. Petet m dwe itilize estandaman (standardized)? M fok aprann kek pati lang-la. M depann sou diksyone pou vokabile m kounye-a. M espere pedi depann sa a tale.

My dictionary has stand=etanda and standard=estanda. Perhaps I should use estandaman (for standardized)? I have just learned some parts of the language. I depend on the dictionary for my vocabulary now. I hope to lose that dependance soon.

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Postby Sisyphe » 2007-01-09, 23:58

Jofi-a wrote:Diksyone mwen <gen> (di ki) etanda=stand ak estanda=standard. (I made a typo, it was my fault) <Petet> Petèt ki m dwe dwè itilize estandaman (standardized)? m ositou pito sa :P M fok aprann kek pati lang-la. M pa kompran sak ou vlè di...:? Kounye-a m depann anpil sou diksyone mwen pou vokabile <kounye>. M espere pedi depann sa a tale talè.

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Postby Jofi-a » 2007-01-10, 6:51

M fok aprann kek pati lang-la. M pa kompran sak ou vlè di...Confused


M vle di "I am just learning some parts of the language" Sa se two difficile yon ide, m panse.

<Petet> Petèt ki m dwe dwè itilize


Poukisa mo 'ki' se la ba? M te vle di nan angle- Perhaps I should use... M pa konprann 'ki' isit-la.

Mesi pou tout tan ou... men m pa pense m'a ekri aksan nan yo. M ta renmen fe sa, men sa se dificil nan 'Windoze' m panse. Kijan ou fe yo?

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Postby Sisyphe » 2007-01-10, 21:16

Jofi-a wrote:
M fok aprann kek pati lang-la. M pa kompran sak ou vlè di...Confused


M vle di "I am just learning some parts of the language" Sa se two difficile yon ide, m panse.

Kounye-a m komprann. ;-) M'ap sèl aprann kèk pati de lang la, m pito di. :)

Poukisa mo 'ki' se la ba? M te vle di nan angle- Perhaps I should use... M pa konprann 'ki' isit-la.

Mesi pou tout tan ou... men m pa pense m'a ekri aksan nan yo. M ta renmen fe sa, men sa se dificil nan 'Windoze' m panse. Kijan ou fe yo?

You're talking computers now - so I'm going to speak English :P
Haïtians in Québec often use this - but I don'T know if it's from French to use 'petèt ki'...I rarely say it without it though.
I use accents because my keyboard has them on it. ;-) I didn't realize that you didn't have them; otherwise I wouldn't have corrected your accent mistakes. :oops: Try this though:
Go to your control pannel
Then to language options
Then add other languages
And then you can install other keyboard settings - if you use the Brazilian Portuguese setting, then it allows you to use all of the accents that we use in KA. I actually should use it now on, as I use a different setting that doesnt have the ò on it.
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Postby Jofi-a » 2007-01-11, 20:53

I'm not sure I should move to another keyboard layout at work... might try it at home, though...

"M'ap sèl aprann kèk pati de lang la"
I am only learning some parts of the language... right?
sel = adverb selman = adjective?

Ki by itself means who/that- sort of? example: Who among you are people who/that would do something... First who is Kiles but second is ki?


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