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mi soon farwud

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I will be back soon.

Example Sentences

Patois: Sidung nuh! mi naa go no weh, mi soon farward.
English: Sit down damn it! I am not going anywhere, I will be back soon.

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Jamaican proverbs and sayings (part 2)

September 8, 2014

People of different nationalities have developed certain expressions which they use to comment on situations, give advice or warning, without using the day-to-day speech of ordinary conversations. These expressions are of two types – Proverbs, which give advice and/or warning and Idioms. An idiom is an unusual way of stating an idea.

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December 30, 2017

English Translation

matter of fact


a phrase that is used to make emphasis

Example Sentences

Patois: Fram bifuo creation, Di wod did de bout, matarafak, Di wod a did Gad.
English: From before creation, the word was around, as a matter of fact, the word was God.

posted by Binghibwoy

December 15, 2017

English Translation

proud of


To be in a happy mood ,to feel proud of a thing ,to be boastful over a thing

Example Sentences

Patois: Mi feel prouda mi son caah im nevah fail di intaview
English: I am feeling proud of my son because he didn't failed the interview

posted by GhostmanENERGYFADA

October 1, 2017

English Translation

From the heart


Used to describe vibrations from the heart

Example Sentences

Patois: Yes Ras , strictly heartical vibes last night well crucial inna di dance Iyah !
English: Yes Rasta, strictly good vibes last night was well needed in the dance

posted by RasTomeye
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