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Animals (ground) = Bèt a tè - Learn Haitian Creole | Aprann Kreyòl Ayisyen |


Animals (ground) = Bèt a tè

This post covers animals in Haitian Creole. In this video, we will go over animals that walk on the ground. They could be kept as pets or just live freely outside. This post will cover pets such as dogs and cats. We will also cover others that few would want to keep as pets such as mice or rats. This post also includes a podcast for those who prefer to listen to the audio instead of watching the video. After watching and learning the material, you may want to visit our exercise/games page so you can practice what you have learned. We have another post where we covered animals that live in the jungle and farm animals. We will be adding at least another couple posts where we will cover birds and fish.

These are a list of animals one can find on the ground. This also includes pets.

Dog = Chen

Cat = Chat

Rabbit = Lapen

Spider = Arenyen  (spider web = fil arenyen)

Turtle = Tòti

Mouse or Mice = Sourit

Rat = Rat

Frog = Krapo

Lizard = Zandolit

Ant = Foumi

Worm = Vè

Teddy Bear = Nounous

Goat = Kabrit (this was included in the farm animals post)

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