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English This set of instructional materials is designed to provide beginning and intermediate learners of Haitian Creole with a foundation in the phonology, grammar, and vocabulary of the language. It is intended for use by individuals wanting to communicate with monolingual Haitians. A revision of earlier materials, this set emphasizes authentic representation of Haitian language and culture, focuses on interpersonal communication needs, and uses an officialized spelling, which is explained in the introductory section. The materials consist of 25 lessons, each containing some or all of the following components: a situational dialogue, vocabulary list and exercises, notes on specific grammatical constructions, review exercises, listening comprehension practice exercises keyed to a recorded text not included , spelling exercises, and reading texts on Haitian geography and history. Lesson topics include introductions, getting and giving directions, school and classroom, clothing, objects of daily use, families, farming, telling time, laundry, describing things, travel and transportation, self- and medical care, shopping, food and restaurants, weather, magic and superstition, community life, and polite or socially appropriate behavior.

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Ki jan ou ye jodi-a? Hello, Titonton. How are you today? E ou menm? And you? How is your father? Toma : M byen wi. Papa-m pa gaya I am fine. My father is not well. He is ill Titonton: Ki jan Marimat ye? How is Marimat? Is she getting along?

Toma: Marimat byen wi. We have not seen each other for a long time. Okay, dear, how about your girlfriend? How long have you not been with her? Toma: Ou enterese nan li? Are you interested in her? Titonton: M pa menm konn non-l, non. I do not even know her name. Toma: Li rele Jaklin. Let me go! See you next month, God willing! Toma: Oke. See you at the university. Non is used with negative declarative sentences. Ki sa sa-a ye? What is this? What are you going to do downtown? Sa ou ap chache la-a?

What are you looking for here? Sa ou bezwen? Sa w bezwen? Ki sa ou bezwen? What do you need? What do you do when you get sick? Repete — Repeat Se yon zeguy — It is a needle Ki sa sa-a ye? Se yon mato — It is a hammer Eske gen yon tibokit sou sab la? Is there a pale on the sand? Ki kote? Ki kote ou travay? Ki kote ou ap travay? Where are you working? Also, keep in mind that nouns that refer to specified, unique places usually do not need the definite article.

Where brother Jak going? Li pral travay nan jaden li - He is going to work in his garden. Poukisa — Why? Y-ap mache an fil endyen — Why are all these kids walking in line like this?

Se yon pwosesyon. There is a mass at the catholic church. Who is going to Canada? Whom do you want to invite to your party? Ki moun ki vle ede-m? Who wants to help me? Ki moun ki konn danse? Who knows how to dance?

Eske ou konnen yon moun ki konn pale alman? Do you know somebody who knows German? Who speaks French in church? Se pou ki moun? Belonging to, pertaining to, indicating possession Bato sa-a se pou Jan. Se bato Jan. Se rad Tipapa. If a pronoun follows a noun, it is used as a possessive adjective. It is their chocolate. She is her neighbor Se liv Joslen. It is his.

Se mallet Jisten. It is his suitcase. Whose are those houses? Pou ki moun plim sa-a ye? Whose is this pen? Pou ki moun kreyon sa-a ye? Whose is this pencil? Se plaj prive Whose are these beaches? Do you have anything something? M pa gen anyen — No, I do not have anything Posted by.

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ERIC ED356617: Ann pale kreyol: An Introductory Course in Haitian Creole.

Read the story of Tijan and his godfather, Mr. He is Mrs. Tijan does not have the same father as Marijo. In fact, he does not know his father. Tijan does not have a parent who can send him to school. Tijan would like to learn how to read and write too but his father did not recognize him.

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Ann Pale Kreyol: An Introductory Course in Haitian Creole

Valdman, Albert This set of instructional materials is designed to provide beginning and intermediate learners of Haitian Creole with a foundation in the phonology, grammar, and vocabulary of the language. It is intended for use by individuals wanting to communicate with monolingual Haitians. A revision of earlier materials, this set emphasizes authentic representation of Haitian language and culture, focuses on interpersonal communication needs, and uses an officialized spelling, which is explained in the introductory section. The materials consist of 25 lessons, each containing some or all of the following components: a situational dialogue, vocabulary list and exercises, notes on specific grammatical constructions, review exercises, listening comprehension practice exercises keyed to a recorded text not included , spelling exercises, and reading texts on Haitian geography and history. Lesson topics include introductions, getting and giving directions, school and classroom, clothing, objects of daily use, families, farming, telling time, laundry, describing things, travel and transportation, self- and medical care, shopping, food and restaurants, weather, magic and superstition, community life, and polite or socially appropriate behavior. A Creole-English glossary is appended.

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Ki jan ou ye jodi-a? Hello, Titonton. How are you today? E ou menm? And you? How is your father?

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