This is a very helpful phrase when serving in a medical clinic or when taking care of children. Listen to the audio pronunciation below and repeat the phrases for practice.
Ki kote fe ou mal?
Where does it hurt?
Ki plas ki fe ou mal?
Which place hurts?
Si ou ka touche ki kote ki fe ou mal?
Can you touch the place that hurts?
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How do you ask “Where does it hurt?” in Creole?
“Ki kote fe ou mal?” is a Haitian Creole phrase that means “Where does it hurt?”