Y is pretty popular too
The Y(ill) sound – There is a myth out there that our beautiful language, our MOTHER tongue, is confusing to read and write. That couldn’t be further from the truth. The chart below illustrates why Kreyòl is much simpler than the other languages you read and write.
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Back to our tutorial – Both in French and English, the Y sound may be written a variety of different ways, I, Il, ILL, Y, etc. but in Kreyòl, it’s always Y. And that makes Kreyòl very easy, don’t you agree? Check out our last post on the letter K and Fun with Kreyòl to test your knowledge.
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