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emotions in haitian creole

Emotions in Haitian Creole

This post will cover emotions in Haitian Creole. Emotions are usually how we show our feelings. For example, one can tell if a person is happy or sad based on whether that person looks happy or sad. Sometimes, the look on someone’s face can show if that person is worried, angry, frustrated, afraid, etc… If you are interacting with other Haitians or are spending time in Haiti, it’s good to know the words that describe emotions in Haitian Creole. In this post and video, you will learn how to recognize and express  your own emotions in Haitian-Creole. This post includes a podcast for those who prefer to listen to audios instead of watching the video. When you are done with the post and video, feel free to visit our exercise/games page so you can practice what you have learned. If you think I missed anything related to emotions, feel free to let me know. I welcome all questions and/or comments.

Emotions =Emosyon

Happy = Kontan

Sad = Tris

Afraid = Pè

Angry = Fache

Cry = Kriye

Surprised or Shocked = Sezi

Disgust = Degou

Anxious, Nervous, Worry = Enkyete

Frustration = Fristrasyon

Frustrated = Fristre

Confusion = Konfizyon

Confused = Konfonn

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