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Here is a portion of the text accompanying this lesson, Lesson#15, Free Preview Download of "Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference." This Creole workbook, full with exercises, new vocabulary and relevant cultural expressions and explanations will help you grasp the intricate parts of the language and culture. It will help you learn Haitian Creole in a rather short period of time with the support of this podcast and associated blog posts.

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Chapit 1 “Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference” Free Preview Haitian Creole Lesson I

Bonjou Good Morning

Bonswa Good Afternoon

Bòn Nwi Good Evening

Pase bòn Jounen Have a good day

Pase bòn nwi Have a good night

Personal Pronouns: Singular: Mwen or M (I, Me, My) Ou (You, you, you) Li (he, she, it, him, her, its)

Plural: Nou (We, our, us) Nou (You, your, you) Yo (They, their, them)

Examples: M rele Jan. My name is John.

Ki Jan ou rele? What’s your name?

Point to somebody or Identify someone: Use Ki moun sa-a? Who is this/that?

Answer with: Se + name or pronoun: Se Jan. He is John. Se Maten – He is Martin. Se Alfons – He is Alphonse. Se Ja-n – She is Jane. Fè Egzèsis sa yo. Fè Pratik

Ask questions using these names: Marimat, Fanfan, Tifi, Remon ak Jan Batis, KansonFè ak Lila, Tifani ak Lala, Lilli, Malis, ak Jan.

Ki pwofesè sa-a?

Ki madanm sa-a ?

Ki eleman sa-a?

Ki bèl fanm sa-a ?

Ki doktè sa-a ?

Ki timoun sa-a ? Ki mesye sa-a ?

Ki pastèu sa-a ? Ki muzisyen sa-a ? Ki travayè sa-a ?

Question Words: Use these question words to ask questions, identify people and things around you (Kijan, Kouman, Kòman – How; Kilè – When; Akilè? – at what time?; Poukisa? Why; Kisa? –What?; Ki moun? Who; Ki kote? Kote? Ki Bò? – Where? )

Eske + subject + Verb to ask questions

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