We love the free content from the website HOW TO CREOLE. There are very well done and make learning fun. Here is one that teaches you how to greet people in Haitian Creole. Hope you enjoy and be sure to checkout the full lesson on their website.
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This is a list of key words and phrases for basic Creole learners. It includes how to address people, and some very common short sentences. Listen along with the audio file, then try to repeat on your own. Key words and phrases – Mo ak fraz Mr. — Mesye Mes. — Madanm Ms. — Madmwazèl People […]
This conversation audio features the most basic Creole phrases and pronunciation. If you are new to learning Haitian Creole – start right here – Follow along to learn you to say hello, how are you, and what is your name. Scroll down for directions on making it stick. Bonjou madanm.Good morning ma’am Bonjou mesye.Good morning sir Kijan […]
Listen to this Haitian Creole proverb and the explanation to practice your comprehension skills. It’s a well known saying about two rocks, one sitting in the sun and the other under water in a creek bed. Woch nan dlo pa konnen mizè woch nan soley The rock in water does not understand the suffering of […]
This was another question from our ASK ANYTHING page: How do you pronounce the phrase “Mèt, Gabrielle ap rele” which is supposed to translate to “Sir, Gabrielle is calling”? Thank you! Ey Pwofesè ____ ap rele ou Hey professor, _____ is calling you Ey Mèt l’an ap rele ou Hey sir, _______ is calling you […]
How do you say, “You’re making me upset and angry” in Creole? There are lots of variations and many people in Haiti are quick to express their hurt feelings. Here are some examples: Ou toujou fè mwen fache You always make me angry Ou toujours chache rezon fè mwen tris You always look for reasons […]