Fi {preposition, infinitive marker}
this means: "for", "to" in world English.


However, "fi" is also used in Jamaican Creole for possessive pronouns and these are listed below:

Jamaican Creole (Patwah)Primary Meaning in EnglishSecondary Meaning in English
Fi miMineFor me
Fi yuYoursFor you
Fi wiOursFor us
Fi demTheirsFor them
Fi imHisFor him
Fi shiHersFor her

Fi dem kyar brok dong for di ruod. Suh yu haffi nuo dem a gwine fi kom liet, aalrait.

Their car broke down on the road. So you have to know that they are going to arrive late, alright.
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