Haitian Creole

As an official language of Haiti, along with French, the language boasts up to 12 million native speakers. Creole was born of a beautiful blend of French and African languages, and today exists as a unique language of its own. This stunning country is comprised of mountains, plains, and sparkling coastlines along the Caribbean Sea. The Haitian people have a rich culture anchored in African and French roots; weaving together vivid art, lively dance, and rich folklore to strengthen communities and cultural ties. A friendly people, all you have to do is ask locals for a little èd (help) in learning this exciting language.

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Learn Through Conversations

People

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  1. Who Are You?
  2. We are Family
  3. Let's Get Acquainted
  4. There’s No Place Like Home
  5. Where did you go to School?

Travel

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  1. “How do you say….?”
  2. Markets and Money
  3. In My Closet
  4. Shop til you Drop
  5. Where Do We Go From Here?

Sport Activities

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  1. Time to Play Sports
  2. I Prefer The Dry Season
  3. What are you Doing this Weekend?
  4. Let’s Go to a Party
  5. I’ll Miss this Place

Places To Know

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  1. I Don’t Feel Well
  2. Let's Eat
  3. I Can’t Eat That
  4. I Need Help!
  5. Do You Have an Emergency?

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