I will be back soon.
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.
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.
matter of fact
a phrase that is used to make emphasis
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.
To be in a happy mood ,to feel proud of a thing ,to be boastful over a thing
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
From the heart
Used to describe vibrations from the heart
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