This post lists most of the common responses to the question “How are you feeling?” Listen to the pronunciation below and follow along with the list. Don’t forget you can ask anything if you need a specific phrase.
Men koman ou ka di kijan ou santi ou an kreyòl , si ou byen oubyen mal :
Here is how you can say how you feel in Creole, if you are good or bad:
😃 Mwen kontan – I’m happy
😂 Mwen kontan anpil e kriye avèk jwa – I’m happy and crying with joy
😍 Mwen damou – I’m in love.
😡 Mwen fache anpil – I’m very angry
😳 Mwen Sezi – I’m shocked (or surprised)
🤕 Mwen malad – I’m sick
🤒mwen gen fyèv – I have a fever
😔 Mwen tris – I’m sad
🤮 Mwen gen vomi – I’m going to throw up
🤫fè silans – please be quiet
😴 Mwen gen dòmi – I’m sleepy
😭 mwen ap kriye – I’m crying
😋 Manje sa gou – That food tastes good
💀mwen zonbi – I’m a zombie
😇 Mwen se Anje -I’m an angel
🤢mwen pa byen – I’m not good
😜mwen komik – I’m funny (making jokes)
🤥 Mwen se pinokyo – I’m like Pinocchio (telling lies)
We hope you enjoyed this list of Haitian Creole phrases. We had a little fun with the list toward the bottom, but you’re friends in Haiti will be surprised if you break out some of those. Enjoy and keep practicing. Learning a new language is a marathon, not a sprint.