This post covers the four seasons. Although Haiti’s weather is pretty much summer all year long, I’ve included pictures that show that the weather looks like during each season. The seasons in Haitian Creole are very similar to French except for the spelling. I have also included a podcast for this post if you prefer to listen to audios instead of looking at texts and/or watch videos. Feel free to visit our exercise/games page on our website so you can practice what you have learned from this post. This post is very short because there are only four seasons in a year.
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Fall = Otòn
Winter = Ivè
Spring = Prentan
Summer = Ete