Later / Sometimes
Patois: Mi wi ketch up wid yuh more time
English: I will catch up with you later
Patois: More time im gwaan like im foo fool
English: Sometimes he behaves foolish
When asking about the Jamaican Language, many persons are referring to Jamaican Patios, an English-lexified creole language spoken by the majority of Jamaicans locally or internationally. Jamaican Patois (or Creole) is a combination of an English based Creole language and West African based languages.
Not joking around
Patois: I nah jesta wen mi seh Babylon out fi get di dreads.
English: I’m not joking when I say the police/government is out to get the Rastafari
Patois: Mi a king addi World
English: I'm the king of the World
Throw them away
Throwing Something Away
Patois: Warn dem mi a guh dash dem weh.
English: Warn them that I'm going to throw them away.