If you’ve studied French, then the Creole names for the days of the week will sound very familiar. Listen to the pronunciation audio and follow along with the list to practice.
How do you say the days of the week in Creole?
Atik pou jou – Article for day
Creole Practice: The Days of the Week
Follow along with the sentences below to practice your Haitian Creole vocabulary and pronunciation. Estherline gives some examples of what you might do on each day of the week in Haiti.
Dimanch : map tann ou pase pran mwen nan machinn pou nou ale legliz
Sunday: I am waiting for you to pass by and take me in the car to go to church
Lendi : mwen pral lekòl
Monday: I will go to school
Madi : mwen menm ak tout zanmi mwen yo pral nan kanaval
Tuesday: I and all my friends will go to carnival
Mèkredi : mwen gen randevou avèk doktè mwen
Wednesday: I have an appointment with my doctor
Jeudi : Mwen pral nan lanmè ale nan plaj
Thursday: I will go to the sea at the beach
Vandredi: mwen pral nan kou de dans
Friday: I will go to dance class
Samdi : mwen repoze mwen nèt mwen dòmi byen
Saturday: I will rest myself totally, I’ll sleep well