If you are looking for structured lessons in Haitian Creole, we recommend you visit the website and YouTube page for How-To-Creole. We are really excited to point readers to this resource because it’s very high quality and totally free. Here is a short introduction video. We’ll be linking to their content as mush as possible, especially […]
There are some great resources online for reading and even listening to the Haitian Creole Bible. We’ll keep this page updated as we find new ones to share. Don’t forget you can ask us for specific pronunciations of any Bible verse (or phrase you need to say in Creole). For example we record John 3:16 […]
We’re big fans of Haiti Hub, it was the first paid resource Tony used when learning Creole. So we always get excited when they release new videos on YouTube. Check out their latest. They have put together a free vocabulary page to help you practice these phrases. Click here to see it.
The national anthem of Haiti is called “La Dessalinienne.” Enjoy the video and follow the lyrics in Haitian Creole. Creole Lyrics and English Translation Pou Ayiti peyi Zansèt yo Se pou nou mache men nan lamen Nan mitan nou pa fèt pou gen trèt Nou fèt pou nou sèl mèt tèt nou. Annou mache men […]
The HOLY SPIRIT you will hear the name Sentespri For a holy person you can say “moun sen” or “moun apa pou bondye” For the HOLY BIBLE then usually just say Bib La … which is printed on the cover. Check out our audio post on common church blessings and how to share the four […]
This is a question that comes up when people first start learning Creole. I will give the short answer in this article but you can learn much more by diving into the information on Wikipedia. Think of a “creole” language as a “re-mix” of the original language. After hundreds of years these become native tongues […]