Ou we sa, anyin pa etone-m nan sa-w di a ni anyin pa etone-m...

Elizabeth - October 18 2012, 10:33 AM

ou we sa, anyin pa etone-m nan sa-w di a ni anyin pa etone-m an haiti.

istoi-w la jis montre-m koman se depi lontan yo te konn fe komplo pou yo mete e retire prezidan.

moin kwe-l te mouri pon rouj, e pi ki diferans sa ap fe.

yon sel bagay moin kwe li tap pi fasil pou yo touye-l sou pon rouj ke lakaye yo.

on sel leson-m tire nan istoi sa, li montre ke se depi sou lantikite yo te konn monte e desann prezidan.

kounia moin kompran proveb anglais a ki di pom nan pa janm tombe tro loin pie pom nan.

bonne journee a tous.

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