God bless you Bondye beni ou This phrase is another natural way to end a conversation. Especially when saying goodbye for a longer period of time. God is a not a taboo topic in everyday Haitian conversation and this saying is a sign of respect. Listen to the pronunciation above and memorize this phrase. Literal […]
How do you say “God loves you” in Haitian Creole?
God loves you. Bondye renmen ou. This is another phrase that church mission teams need to learn. Simply listen to the pronunciation above and memorize the phase. It’s an appropriate saying whenever you finish talking with someone and are moving on to another interaction. Literal Translation Bondye – God renmen – loves ou – you
How do you say “Jesus loves you” in Haitian Creole?
Jesus loves you Jezi renmen ou This is a probably the first thing church mission teams need to learn when doing trips to Haiti. It’s a simple phrase that carries a clear meaning. Listen to the free audio pronunciation above so you can memorize and learn this important saying. Literal Translation Jezi – Jesus renmen […]
How do you say “I’m bathing” in Haitian Creole
I’m bathing Mwen beyen This phrase is another common response when you ask someone what they have been doing. It can mean taking a shower or just washing up after spending some time out in the busy streets. Literal Translation Mwen – I (am) beyen – bathing
How do you say “nothing” in Haitian Creole?
Nothing Anyen This phrase is a frequent answer to “Sa wap fe la – what are you doing?” or even “eske ou te manje – what did you eat.” It’s simply the noun that means nothing. Literal Translation Anyen – nothing
How do you say “I’m resting or laying down” in Haitian Creole
I’m resting (laying down) Mwen kouche This phrase means that a person is laying down, using in their bed. It can be before bedtime, waiting to sleep, or during the day to relax. It’s a possible response to “Sa wap fe la? – What are you doing?” Listen to the pronunciation above and practice this […]