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I have finished creating and posting my picture. In the following essay, I will explain how:Long, long, ago in a galaxy far, far away,Louisiana Creole French (Créole Lalouisiane) is a French-based creole language spoken in Louisiana. It has many resemblances to other French creoles in the Caribbean. While Cajun French and Louisiana Creole have had a significant influence on each other, they are unrelated. While Cajun is basically a French dialect with grammar similar to standard French, Louisiana Creole applies a French lexicon to a system of grammar and syntax which is quite different from French grammar. In general, the grammar of Louisiana Creole is very similar to the grammar of Haitian Creole. Definite articles in Louisiana Creole are "a" and "la" for the singular, and "yè" for plural. Unlike French, Creole places its definite articles after the noun. Since there is no system of noun gender, articles only vary on phonetic criteria. "a" is placed after words ending in a vowel, and "la" is placed after words ending in a consonant.Another aspect of Louisiana Creole which is unlike French is the lack of verb conjugation. Verbs do not vary based on person or number. Verbs also do not vary based on tense. Verb tenses are marked by a set of participles or simply by context.All in all, we may never learn more from thye French Creoles. Some mysteries may never be answered.
I'M DONE!!"LOOK OUT FOR RUSSIAN ROULETTE"
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