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verbs in haitian creole

Imperative Verbs in Haitian Creole (Vèb Enperatif)

Imperative Verbs in Haitian Creole (Vèb enperatif): Directed toward you but doesn’t always say the word “you” or “ou”. Usually, only the imperative verb is said but sometimes followed by object or adjective, adverb. Used to give commands, instructions, or warning. Commands (Lòd): Stop – Sispann Look – Gade Listen – Tande Walk – Mache […]

haitian proverbs

Haitian Proverbs and Idioms (Pwovèb ak Idyòm Ayisyen)

This post covers Haitian proverbs and Idioms. In this post, you will find that some of the idioms used in Haiti are quite similar to those in the United States and others are very different. As always, feel free to ask questions and leave me comments. Also, if you haven’t visit my author website and […]

law in haitian creole

Law in Haitian Creole (Lwa oswa Lalwa)

This video covers Law or the Law in Haitian Creole. In this video we cover getting arrested, getting charged with a crime, going to trial, and more…. Our other videos cover hospital or doctor’s visits, verbs, and more. Law = Lwa The Law = Lalwa (Lalwa also means Aloe) Crime = Krim Witness = Temwen […]

dialogue for doctor and hospital

Dialogue for Doctor and Hospital Visits

This video covers dialogue for a doctor and  hospital visit. The first part covered illnesses and this video covers the types of questions a doctor and patient would ask one another. Hurt or hurting translates to “fè mal”. So if something is hurting it’s ok to name the body part and just add “fè mal”. Here is […]

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Illnesses (Part 1)

This post covers illnesses in Haitian Creole. This is part one of two. This post covers mostly the vocabulary. Our second part will cover dialogues for when one visits a doctor’s office or a hospital. As always if you have any questions or feedback, please let me know. Also, we have a new children’s book […]

simple future verbs

Simple Future Verbs (Vèb Fiti Senp)

This post will cover Simple Future Verbs. Simple Future Verbs discuss things that have not happened. They are in the future. They will happen at some point but they are not in the present or the past. In English, we use the word ‘will‘ to talk about something that has not happened. In Haitian Creole, […]

base verbs in haitian creole

Base Verbs – B

This post covers base verbs in Haitian Creole. Base verbs are important when learning a new language because they are the root of a word. In this post, we will go over base verbs that start with the letter B only. We have another post where we covered the letter A. Our next post will […]

base verbs in Haitian Creole

Base Verbs in Haitian Creole – A

This post covers base verbs in Haitian Creole. Base verbs are important when learning a new language because they are the root of a word. In this post, we will go over base verbs that start with the letter A only. Our next post will cover Base Verbs in Haitian Creole letter. We also have […]

pronounce R in haitian creole

How to Pronounce the Letter ‘R’ in Haitian Creole

This is a short post on how to pronounce the letter ‘R’ in Haitian Creole. This was actually a request from a couple people. I have actually heard some people say the letter ‘R’ is pronounced like the letter ‘W’ in Haitian Creole but I disagree. I think there are instances where it’s actually true […]

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