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80 Cards in this Set

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tounen
return
retounen
come back
retire
take out
gate
to spoil
to decay
anregistre (accent on first e)
to register
kite
to leave
vin achte
come to shop
ale nan vwayaj
go on trip
fe yon vwayaj
make a trip
ranje
to fix
to repair
kouri
to run
repale
to speak again
rekomanse
to begin again
abiye (accent on e)
to get dressed
mennen
to lead
plenyen
to complain
siyen
to sign (your name)
ekrit
to print (your name)
poze
to ask
tchecke
to check off
pran yon desizyon
to make a decision
fe yon koudey (accent on e)
take a look
preze
to press
monte
to ascend
enkyetid
to worry
gade
to watch
to peek
kreye
to create
to cause
blage
to joke
ranpli
to fill out (as an application)
revoke
to fire (from a job)
komande (accent on o)
to order
pratike
to practice
touye
to kill
jape
to bark
manke
to miss
neye
to drown
dako
to agree
sonje
to miss a lot
to remember

(as in "I think of you all the time)
mache ale...
walk to...
mete
to put on
retire
to take off
peche
to fish
netwaye
to clean
anmede (accent first e)
to bother
prete lajan
to loan money
bwose
to brush
glise
to slide
deplase
to move
to go there
akeyi
to welcome
koud
to sew
touche
to touch
peye
to pay
preche (accent last e)
to preach
kwit
to cook
louvri
to open
geri
to heal
swete
to wish
bouyi
to boil
pote
to bring (things we can carry)
mennen
to bring (things we can't carry)
ofri
to offer
erite
to inherit
gagari
to gargle
sipote (accent on e)
to support
lage
to let go
to untie
resevwav
to receive
pase
to spend time
depanse
to spend money
goumen
to fight
chape
to escape
soti (accent on o)
to go out
alechache
to look for
to get/pick up
alepote
to bring
(from one place to another)
aleretou
to come and go over a long distance, as in a roundtrip
alevini
to go back and forth over a short distance
chachekonnen
to find out
chitapale
to sit and talk, as in an interview
(don't really have to be sitting)
chitagade
to sit and look/observe
(don't really have to be sitting)
chitatande
to sit and listen, as in a group of people listening together
(don't really have to be sitting)
kreye
to create
to cause