Here are a few common terms for negotiating prices in Haitian Creole. Much of Haiti still deals in open air or sidewalk markets. Prices are often negotiated, especially if they thing you are not native to the area. It’s always best to trust a local friend to negotiate the price while you wait out of […]
This is a little geography lesson and some very frequently mispronounced words. Listen below to hear the names of each department (similar to US states) and their capitol cities. Note: These are the Haitian Creole names, many maps only list the French names. You can find detailed information about them all on this Wikipedia page. Depatman […]
Here are some important Haitian Creole words and phrases to use with drivers in Haiti. Listen to the audio pronunciation and follow along below. Kijan ou ka pale avek yon chofè taxi🚖 How you can talk to a taxi driver. Mwen bezwen ale nan adrès sa I need to go to this address Anba lavil […]
This video is too accurate!!! I hope you enjoy and can relate, but it also has some good vocabulary practice for new learners. Tripotay – Tony still has problems with the numbers even after 4 years speaking Creole.! LOL
This is another excellent video from How To Creole. Don’t miss their helpful article that goes into even more details on the History of Haitian Creole. If you enjoyed this video be sure to subscribe to their channel on YouTube. They over very comprehensive grammar lessons for learning Haitian Creole.
This is another free lesson from the people at How To Creole. Their website is fast becoming my #1 recommendation if you are learning Haitian Creole. This lesson will teach you how to say all the important questions words. Ki moun – who Kiyès – who Kisa – Ki kote Kilè – when Poukisa – […]