Help with Jamaican Patwa Forum
QUESTION: Hello, This is not really a suggestion for a forum topic but actually a call for help.
I am a literary translator and need help with putting a few line of Jamaican patwa into my book.
I would be truly grateful should anyone be able to help me with this problem.
by Wellesley November 22, 2012
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