Week 4 Assignment For this week, the assignment is to translate as much as you can from the image below, which we’ve seen the past 2 weeks. Some tips to help you out: Take advantage of the cognates, words that are basically the same across the two languages. They’re spelled slightly differently in most cases and they’re also pronounced differently, except for a few exceptions. However, they
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T moon yo pap Vinny “Read the above text as if you’re reading a sentence. Great, you just spoke Creole and you said The kids aren’t coming” Ti Moun Yo Pap Vini. Correct Creole Spelling Phone : +1-678-926-8790 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Pinterest: pinterest.com/haiti2030
In this lesson we’re going to build on what we covered in Creole 101 and see the additional similarities between the two languages. In the previous lesson we saw two variations of the famous sentence with the celebrities’ names and introduced two pronouns. Do you remember what they are? The first one is written in English, while the second is written in Creole to help you
This introduction to Creole uses the most effective methodology for learning Creole, which I call #Kreglish. Once you master this short lesson, you’ll be able to read and write just about anything in Creole. Not only will you be able to compose some simple sentences, but you’ll gain confidence in understanding the more complex areas of the language. More importantly, if you travel to a Creole-speaking country,
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. If you visit us, please say hi; any comment from you, no matter how small, is
Never too early to begin Christmas shopping for your loved ones. Up to 70% at DealsMachine The very popular letter K The K sound as in Kite in English or Que in French may be written different ways in those languages: C, CH, K, Q, or QU. But in Kreyòl, it is written only one way, and that’s with the letter K, which makes K an
Have you ever wondered about Haiti Olympic History? Here are the stats that might interest you the most, some of which can make for some interesting trivia questions. For example: How many medals has Haiti won in the history of the games. Did you know Sylvio Cator was an Olympian and he was not a Soccer Player? Do you know which discipline Sylvio Cator participated in?
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