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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Aprendan el Kreyol Haitiano Gratis: Aprendan Estas Oraciones (Extracto del Manual Que Esta en 4 Idiomas)

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1. Ki kote / kote w ye la-a? - Oú es-tu? – Dónde estás? – Where are you?

2. Alo Pipirit, s-ak pase? / Sa k-ap fèt? – Allo, Pipirite, ça bouge? / comment ça va ? – Ola, Pipirit, ¿qué tal ? – Hello, Pipirit, What’s up ?

3. Ou rete andeyò oubyen nan vil? – Habites-tu la campagne ou la ville ? - ¿Vives en el campo o en la ciudad ? – Do you live in the countrysideor the city ?

4. Mwen dakò avèk ou – Je suis d’accord avec toi. – Estoy de acuerdo contigo – I agree with you.

5. Ki laj ou? / Ki laj ou genyen? – De combien d’années es-tu agé? -¿Qué edad tienes ? – How old are you?

6. M gen trantan – Je suis agé de 30 ans – Tengo 30 años de edad. – I am 30 years old.

7. Pòte w byen / Pòte ou byen – Prends soin de toi – Ten cuidado - Take care of yourself

8. Ki jan ou ye ? / Kóman ou ye ? / Kouman ou ye ? - Comment vas-tu ? (Comment allez-vous ?) - ¿Cómo estás ? – How are you ?

9. M byen / M la / Pa mal / Pa pi buyen ni pi mal, mèsi – Je suis bien. Merci – Bien. Gracias – Fine. Thank you.

10. Eskize-m – Excuse-moi – Disculpe / Dispense / Perdone – Excuse-me

11. Padone-m – Pardonne-moi - Perdóneme / Discúlpeme / Dispénseme – Pardon me ! / Forgive me !

12. Sa-k Pase ? M-ap boule – Comment ça va? Bien. / ça bouge ici? Oui ça bouge / Quelles sont les dernières nouvelles? / Qu’est-ce qu’il y de nouveau ? - ¿Qué onda ? / ¿Qué pasa? / ¿Qué hay de nuevo? – What’s going on ? / What’s up? (Wazzzupp)

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“Very Popular Haitian Creole Phrases, Sayings, and Expressions”

Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Learn Haitian Creole Textbook

“Learn Haitian Creole in a few Days……”

“Ann Pale Yon Ti Kreyol: Let’s Speak a Little Creole….”

1st List of Haitian Creole Phrases:

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2nd List of Creole Expressions and Phrases: http://sakpaselearnhaitiancreole.blogspot.com/2010/03/commonly-used-kreyol-expressions.html

Learn Haitian Creole in One Week – Aprendan el Criollo Haitiano Dentro de Una Semana – Aprann Kreyòl Nan yon Semèn – Apprenez le Créole Haitien Dans une Semaine

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Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Textbook: Learn Haitian Creole Textbook

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Learn Haitian Creole Today – Aprendan el Criollo Haitiano Hoy Dia – Aprann Kreyòl Jodi-a

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How Do You Say….? Kijan Nou Di…..?

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Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference……

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Very Popular Haitian Creole Phrases, Sayings, and Expressions

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Aprann Kreyòl – Apprenez le Créole Haitien – Aprendan el Criollo Haitiano – Learn Haitian Creole

Monday, September 16, 2013

Hablemos el Criollo Haitiano - Let Us Speak Haitian Creole - Ann Pale Kreyol : El Creole Haitiano Para Hispanohablantes - El Creole Haitiano para Maestros, Estudiantes, y los Hablantes De Inglès y Espaňol - Haitian Creole for ESOL Teachers, Pupils


Hablemos el Criollo Haitiano - Let Us Speak Haitian Creole - Ann Pale Kreyol : El Creole Haitiano Para Hispanohablantes - El Creole Haitiano para Maestros, Estudiantes, y los Hablantes De Inglès y Espaňol - Haitian Creole for ESOL Teachers, Pupils

Discover the meaning of words, expressions such as "sa-k pase?" "Griyo," "Taso," "Mayi Moulen ak fey = corn mush with greens," "fritay," "Madan sara," "Labapen," "Kowosol" and many more. Find out the names of haitian meals and fruits...

Ki kote ou te fèt? Donde nacio ud.?; fèt - nacer, fiesta, celebracion

Written in English, Spanish, Haitian Creole and some French, "Hablemos el Criollo Haitiano: El Creole Haitiano Para Hispanohablantes - El Creole Haitiano para Maestros, Estudiantes, y los Hablantes De Inglès y Espaňol - Haitian Creole for Teachers, Students, and English and Spanish Speakers - Hablemos el Creol: Guía de Creol en Espaňol" is designed to help English, French, and Spanish speakers learn and Speak Haitian Creole in no time. This book is a guide that will provide you with the key vocabulary in almost four languages (Spanish, English, French, and Haitian Creole). It was designed to give both speaking and reading practice, each of the lesson units furthers comprehension through short dialogs, pronunciation guides, grammar notes, and a variety of drills and exercises. The examples are English-Creole-Spanish and Creole-English-Spanish It was developed by Joseph J. Charles of Haitian Creole MP3 Institute (http://haitiancreolemp3.libsyn.com)

This book is an advanced level of "Learn Haitian Creole in One Week / Aprendan el Creole Haitiano Dentro de una Semana / Aprann Kreyol Nan Yon Semen"


Vocabulario:

Tonton - Tio
Tant - Tia

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Clases Mundiales de Creole Haitiano Ofrecidas por Skype, FaceTime o GoogleTalk

World Wide Haitian Creole Classes by Skype, FaceTime or Google Talk
Clases Mundiales de Creole Haitiano Ofrecidas por Skype, FaceTime o GoogleTalk
Classes Mondiales de Creole offertes a Travers de Skype, FaceTime ou GoogleTalk
Pran Klas Kreyol Sou Skype, FaceTime oswa Google Talk

Improve and Practice your Language Skills:
Haitian Creole Made Easy with HaitianCreoleMP3 Institute Founder

If you plan on visiting or volunteering in Haiti, this class is for you. If you are a professional working with the UN Forces or any other agency, you can always brush up your language skills. Command the language spoken by millions of Haitians and foreigners in Haiti, Cuba, the U.S.A, Canada, the Dominican Republic, France, and elsewhere. These lessons and/or conversations will give you complete mastery over the language! In addition, you will be learning with and from a seasoned and dedicated educator with years of teaching experience both in Haiti and the U.S.A!

For intermediate and advanced level students, New Haitian Creole Conversations and Dialogues Sessions are being offered by Skype, FaceTime or Google Talk. The sessions will focus mostly on establishing fluency, adjusting the rhythmic and tonic accents, phraselogy, and musicology.

Ki sa n-ap tann? Ann Pale Kreyol! (What are you waiting for? Let's speak Creole!)

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These conversations and dialogues are designed to help the beginnner, intermediate, and advanced level language learners increase and improve their language skills, familiarize themselves with the tonic and rhymthmic sequences of the language. In a few words, you will be able to practice with a native speaker of the language.


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Sunday, January 6, 2013

Extracto Gratis de 'Alo, Hola, Hello: Los Verbos y Las Palabras Para Aprender El Creole Hatiano'

In this episode, find the following: (En este episodio, encuentren lo siguiente) – Men sa ki nan epizòd sa-a:

Los días de la semana – Jou semen yo – Days of the week

Los meses y las estaciones del aňo – Mwa ak sezon ane yo – Months and seasons of the year

Extracto de / Excerpts from “Alo! Hola! Hello!: Los Verbos y Las Palabras Para Aprender El Creole Haitiano

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“Alo! - Hola! - Hello!: Los Verbos y Las Palabras Para Aprender El Creole Haitiano” Este libro fue escrto en Espaňol e Inglés para los que quieren aprender el Creole Haitiano. Fue preparado por Sr. Joseph J. Charles, escritor de “Learn Haitian Creole in one Week – Aprendan el Creole Haitiano Dentro de una Semana… y “¿Que Tal? - Sak Pase? / N-ap Boule! - Bien! What's Up? / We Are Doing Well!

Alo! Hola! Hello! Los Verbos y las Palabras Para Aprender el Creole Haitiano

Alo, Hola, Hello: Los Verbos y las Palabras Para Aprender el Creole Haitiano

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Bajen el Creole audio Gratis; Aprendan el Creol Haitiano Gratis

Free Random Audio of Creole Lesson Episodes:

Storytelling: 2 Haitian Tales - 2 Kont Ayisyen

Haitian Foods - Manje Ayisyen

Thanksgiving Meals Audio

Free Sample Download of Haitian Creole CD


Introduction to Haitian Creole

Questions and Greetings in Creole - How are you? Kijan ou ye?

Haitian Creole Expressions

Audio for Body Parts in Creole

Popular Haitian Creole Expressions: Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule….etc.

Listen to Creole audio

Listen to Kids’ Kreyol - Koute Kreyol pou Timoun

Review of Creole Nasal and Non-nasal Vowels

The Clothes We Wear:

New Year’s Eve Celebrations - Reveyon

Basic Creole Grammar Rules:

How do you say…..in Creole? Kouman nou di…. an Kreyol?

Spanish / Creole Lessons: Del Creole al Espanol

El Bicentenario de Mexico - Bisantne Meksiko

El habito de mascar goma en los Estados Unidos

Escuchen el Creole Haitiano Gratis - Listen to Haitian Creole for free

List of Free Direct Downloads of Haitian Creole Episodes

Welcome to Haitian Creole in no Time Podcast Intro

Listen to Lesson #1: Greetings

Listen to Lesson #2: Bilingual questions 3 languages

Listen to Lesson #3: Creole episodes

Listen to Lesson #4

Listen to lesson #5

Listen to Lesson #6: Body parts

Listen to additional Lesson #6: Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule

Listen to Lesson #7: Popular and Useful Creole/English Expressions

Listen to Dodo Tipitit, Popular Haitian lullaby

Listen to Lesson #8: News, Nouvel, Noticias

Listen to Lesson #9: Kreyol Pou Timoun Audio Sample

Listen to Lesson #10: Review of nasal and non-nasal vowels

Listen to Lesson #11: Creole Lesson for President and First Lady

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #12 - Creol en Espanol Gratis: Que Tal? Sa-k Pase…..

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #13 - Extracto Gratuito del Manual ‘Que Tal? - Sa-k Pase?

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #14 - Kreyol por Espanol

Listen to Lesson #15: Additional List of Haitian Creole expressions, phrases, and greetings

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #15 - Kreyol por Espanol, Del Creole al Espanol

Listen to Lesson #16 - Seasonal Clothes We Wear…

Listen to Lesson #16 - Popular Haitian Children’s Songs and Church Hymns

Listen to Lesson / leccion #17: Creole por Espanol - to like, to love, renmen, querer, gustar

Listen to Lesson #18: Listen to a sample of Acappella Songs of Hope

Listen to Lesson #19: Listen to Creole Verbs and Tense Markers

Lesson #20: Sing / Chante / Canten con nosotros - Debout Sainte Cohorte..

Listen to Lesson #21: Faith Builds Haitian Resilience - Sing / Chante / Canten con nosotros - Chantons du Sauveur

Listen to Lesson #22: Free Downloads of ‘Ann Pale Yon Ti Kreyol - Let’s Speak a Little Creole’

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #23 - Listen to ‘El Bicentenario de Mexico - Bisantne

Listen to Lesson #23 - Sing / Chante / Canten con nosotros - Ne Crains Rien, Je t’aime…

Listen to Lesson #24 - Listen to the free sample of ‘Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Textbook, pages 7-12

Listen to Lesson #25 - Sing / Chante / Canten con nosotros - Quelle Assurance Je suis sauve..

Listen to Lesson #26 - Listen to free Downloads of ‘Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference’ Textbook

Listen to Lesson #27 - Listen to ‘Tools and Supplies Vocabulary’

Listen to Lesson #28 - Listen to ‘Free Haitian Creole Download of Foods, Spices, and Fruit etc

Listen to Lesson #29 - Listen to ‘New Year’s Eve / Alavey Nouvel Ane..

Listen to Lesson #30 - Listen to Review of Basic Creole Grammar Rules, Pronunciation…

Listen to Lesson #31 - How Do You Say … in Creole: Haitian Holiday Celebrations

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #32 - Kreyol por Espanol - El Habito de Mascar Goma - Koutim Manje Chiklet…

Listen to Lesson #33 - Listen to Word Market Carnival…

Listen to Lesson #34 - Listen to Haitian Creole CD

Listen to #35 -Listen to Krik! Krak! Haitian Tales / Kont Ayisyen

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #36 - Como Criar a un Bebe… en Creole

Listen to Lesson #37 - Vwala Se Te Yon Fwa / Once Upon a Time…Haitian Tales / Kont Ayisyen

Listen to Lesson #38 - Free excerpts of ‘Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference’

Listen to Lesson #39 - Free Excerpts of ‘Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference’ Dialogue Pages 180-186

Listen to Lesson #40 - Listen to story ‘The Godfather’s Mercy - Parenn, Pran Pitye…

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #41 - Lista Gratuita de Verbos y Expresiones de Creole

Listen to Lesson #42 - Free excerpt of ‘Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Textbook’ - Chapter 1

Listen to Lesson #43 - Free excerpt of ‘Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Textbook’ - Chapter 2

Listen to Lesson #44 - Free Excerpt of ‘Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Textbook’ - Chapter 3



Sunday, December 16, 2012

Pasar del Creole al Espanol, Dos Idiomas Fronterizos: Curso de Creole Haitiano en Linea

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“Alo! - Hola! - Hello!: Los Verbos y Las Palabras Para Aprender El Creole Haitiano” Este libro fue escrto en Espaňol e Inglés para los que quieren aprender el Creole Haitiano. Fue preparado por Sr. Joseph J. Charles, escritor de “Learn Haitian Creole in one Week – Aprendan el Creole Haitiano Dentro de una Semana… y “¿Que Tal? - Sak Pase? / N-ap Boule! - Bien! What's Up? / We Are Doing Well!

Alo! Hola! Hello! Los Verbos y las Palabras Para Aprender el Creole Haitiano

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Friday, December 14, 2012

Aprendan los verbos y las palabras de creole

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“Alo! - Hola! - Hello!: Los Verbos y Las Palabras Para Aprender El Creole Haitiano” Este libro fue escrto en Espaňol e Inglés para los que quieren aprender el Creole Haitiano. Fue preparado por Sr. Joseph J. Charles, escritor de “Learn Haitian Creole in one Week – Aprendan el Creole Haitiano Dentro de una Semana… y “¿Que Tal? - Sak Pase? / N-ap Boule! - Bien! What's Up? / We Are Doing Well!

Alo! Hola! Hello! Los Verbos y las Palabras Para Aprender el Creole Haitiano

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Monday, November 12, 2012

Audio Gratuito de Curso Practico de Creole: Los Verbos y las Palabras

Curso Práctico de Creole: Los Verbos y Las Palabras Para Aprender El Creole Haitiano.

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Las Aventuras de Bouki y Malis en los Estados Unidos

Este libro electrónico fue escrito en Espaňol, ingles y Creole. "Las Aventuras de Bouki y Malis en los Estados Unidos – Avanti Bouki ak Malis Ozetazini - Bouki and Malis’ U.S.A Adventures" presenta los cuentos folklóricos de los dos carácteres más populares de la literatura oral Haitiana. Tío Bouki (Tonton Bouki es tonto, bobo, estúpedo; cree todo) y Malis (Malis es travieso, intelligente, picaro, malicioso) llegan juntos a los Estados Unidos. Están listos para empezar sus aventuras. Véanlos vivir e interactuar con el pueblo y la cultura Americanos!

This ebook is in Spanish and Haitian Creole.

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It presents the Haitian fables of the two most popular characters of the oral Haitian literature. Tonton Bouki (described as dumb, stupid, believes all) and Malis (described as mischievous, smart, naughty etc.) arrive in the U.S. together. They are ready to embark on their adventures. Watch them live and interact with the American people and culture.

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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Unos Verbos y Unas Palabras del Curso de Creole Practico (Audio Gratuito)

Por favor rellene este formulario y firme como padre o guardian – Please complete this form and sign as parent or guardian – Silvouplè (souple, tanprisouple) konplete fòmilè sa-a epi siyen tankou paran oswa gadyen (responsab)

¿Cómo supo de nosotros? ¿Quién le refirió? – How did you hear about us? Who referred you? – Kòman ou fè konnen nou la? / Ki moun ki rekòmande nou? / Ki moun ki voye ou?

Favor de identificar al amigo, escuela, iglesia, organización o templo de vodu – Please identify the friend, school, church, organization or voodoo temple – Silvouplè idantifye zanmi, lekòl, legliz, òganizasyon ak onfò

Información acerca de su hijo/a (Para ser completado por el padre o tutor) – Information about your child (To be completed by parent or guardian) – Enfòmasyon sou pitit ou (Se paran oswa gadyen timoun you ki pou konplete fòm sa-a)

Nombre del niño: Primer Nombre, Segundo nombre, Apellido – Child’s name: First name, Middle name, Last name – Non timoun nan: Premye non, Non ki nan mitan, Siyati timoun nan

Fecha de nacimiento del niño: Sexo Masculino / femenino – Child’s date of birth: Child’s gender: Male / female – Dat de nesans timoun nan: Tigason oswa tifi

Dirección; Ciudad; Estado; Teléfono de casa; Código postal; origen étnico – Address; City; State; House telephone; Postal code; ethnic backgrounds – Adrès; vil; eta; telefòn kay la; zòn postal; gwoup etnik timoun nan

Nombre del padre / guardian: Estado Civil; Casado; Soltero; Divorciado; Separado; Viudo – Name of parent / guardian: Marital status: Married; Single; Divorced; Separated; widowed – Non paran an / gadyen/responsab: Eta sivil: Marye, selibatè; divòse; separe; mari oswa madanm mouri (vef)

Ingresos del hogar / el número de miembros en el hogar – Household income / Number of members in the household – Konbyen kòb fanmi an fè / Konbyen moun k-ap viv nan kay la

El niño vive con (Comprobar si es el mismo que arriba): Nombre: Primer nombre; Segundo nombre; Apellido; Dirección; Número del teléfono; número de cellular – Child lives with (Check if same as above): Name: First name: Middle name; Last name; address; home phone ........

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Historia Médica – Medical History – Istwa swen santé ¿Está su hijo bajo el cuidado de un médico ahora? – Is your child under a physician’s care now? – Eske pitit ou a gen yon doktè?

¿Su hijo ha estado hospitalizado? – Has your child been hospitalized? – Eske pitit ou a te entène? ¿Ha tenido su hijo una operación importante? – Has your child had a major operation? – Eske pitit ou a te fè yon operasyon?

¿Su hijo ha tenido una lesion grave del cuello o de la cabeza? – Has your child had a serious neck or head injury? – Eske pitit ou a te frappe kou-l ak tèt li?

¿Está tomando su hijo medicamentos, pastillas o drogas? – Is your child taking any medications, pills or drugs? – Eske pitit ou a ap pran medikaman, grenn oswa dwòg?

¿Hay algo más que deberíamos saber sobre la salud de su hijo? Díganos por favor – Is there anything else we should know about the health of your child? Tell us please – Eske gen lòt bagay nou sipoze konnen sou santé pitit ou a? Di nou souple.

¿Es su hijo alérgico a algunos de los siguientes: Aspirina; Penicilina; codeine; acrílico; metal; latex; anestesias locales? – Is your child allergic to any of the following: Aspirin; Penicillin;

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Friday, September 28, 2012

Los Cuentos Populares Infantiles de 'Bouki y Malis': Bouki y Malis Van al Norte, Pasando a Escondidas!

"Bouki and Malis Turned Boat People - Bouki ak Malis Pran Kanntè"

Authors, Charles J. Desmangles and Kevin Levin, have done a great job writing this novella in Haitian Creole, Spanish, and English. Bouki and Malis Turned Boat People:Bouki ak Malis Pran Kanntè. It is based on the plasticity and richness of the Haitian folklore. Two of the most recognizable characters of Haitian folktales play a central role in this story.

In this novella, the authors show Bouki's desperation and push factors contributing to his agreement with a sleek, sophisticated local criminal and people smuggler / trafficker known as 'Captain Katastwòf Natirèl.' Bouki was deep in debts because he wanted to maintain a lifestyle he could not afford on the meager catches of a fisherman. Caught and deported several times by U.S. Border and Coast Guard, Captain Katastwòf Natirèl (Captain Natural Catastrophe) was on a black list. Bouki thought he was smart enough to pull this trip on his own. He refused to be known as the butt of his brother's jokes, a simpleton, a fool. He did not want Malis, his intellectual brother, to know about the details of that trip. All the while, Malis never hesitated to put him down and make him realize that he needed his expertise, language skills, and critical thinking.

Charles J. Desmangles and Kevin Levin interweave elements of the Haitian culture in this remarkable Haitian Creole, Spanish, English novella. Things must have been really harsh in Haiti if these two famous characters of the Haitian folklore finally decide to leave the country on a perilous raft to cross illegally to the U.S. shores. When faced with an upcoming storm, Captain Katastwòf Natirèl led his crew to Santiago, Cuba to seek temporary refuge. He forced everybody to learn Spanish in order to pass for Cuban refugees. Will Booki, Malis and Captain Katastwòf Natirèl make it to the dry grounds of Florida?

This story is set against the backdrop of Haiti's devastated agriculture, political upheavals, insecurity, presence of UN troops or Minustah, series of natural disasters such as hurricanes and 2010 earthquake, barren lands and tree-less mountaintops causing widspread floodings, destroyed ecology, infrastructures and educational institutions with a local population that depends more and more on imported goods and used clothes euphemistically known as 'pèpè.'

In this novella, the authors also implicate and relate the complicity of the catholic church whose priest, Father Francois, refuses to use Haitian Creole and French in his mass in his dogged efforts to cater to a dwindling but rich and powerful group of Latin language enthusiasts, les Bourgeois Commercants Mulattres (native Haitians of Syrian, Lebanese and.. descent). He did not heed Professor Malis' advice to start leading mass in Creole just like the Voodoo priests and protestant churches do all over the country with great success. What's worse is that Father Francois never said a word or raisee his stubby pinky finger against the clandestine smuggling and chaperoning of Haitian children who took these rickety boats to get reunited with their parents in Miami. Sister Marie Lafontant made her money chaperoning children and paid the priest under the table without counting her generous tithes to the church.

"Bouki and Malis Turned Boat People - Bouki ak Malis Pran Kanntè" is a book that will make you laugh and cry in the same sentence or paragraph. This book should be a required reading for anybody who wants to understand Haiti and the 'Boat People' phenomenon. Definitely, it should be required reading for any NGO, tourist, international workers in Haiti. It should be a required reading for any sociology students. This novella is edited by Prof. Joseph J. Charles

Now you can find out whether Bouki shows any signs of intelligence here:

"Excerpt from "Bouki and Malis Turned Boat People.."

“They said that I am supposed to pass the shark test too,” Bouki said to Malis.

“What are you talking about?” Malis asked.

“I was told that it is a test developed by the American authorities to separate Cubans from Haitians. They say that sharks like Haitians’ blood and flesh. They eat Haitian migrants whose boats capsize in high seas between Haiti and Bahamas. “

“Come on, Bouki, think straight. Respect yourself. It looks like you are losing your consciousness, you are coming in and out of consciousness. It appears that the waves of the sea and the crossing made you lose your mind. Americans are not like that! Where can they find these sharks?”

“Malis, I am not crazy. You always think I am crazy!”

“Crazy people hold this kind of talk!”

“I am a fisherman, but I am afraid of sharks. Their teeth are like saws.”

“Hello Bouki, you are no longer on the ocean now. You are on firm U.S. soil!”

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Professor Orosco and Malis continued to teach Spanish lessons. Malis had a lot of problems teaching the illiterate group. They were supposed to memorize a lot of lessons. It was the only way to teach them.

“¿Que edad tiene ud.? – Ki laj ou genyen?” (“How old are you?”) Malis taught the group. He asked them to repeat after him.

“Tengo 34 años de edad. – M gen 34 an.” (I am 34 years old.)

“¿Cúantos niños tiene ud.? – Konbyen timoun ou genyen?” (“How many children do you have?”)

“¿Es casado/a?” – Eske ou marye?” (“Are you married?”

“Wi. M marye. - Si soy casado.” (“Yes, I am married”)

“¿Es soltero/a?” – Ou selibatè? Ou pa marye?” (“Are you single?”)

“¿Porqué quiere entrar a los Estados Unidos de América? - Poukisa ou vle antre Ozetazini?” (“Why do you want to go to the U.S.A?”)

“¡Libertad y trabajo! – Libète ak travay.” (“Freedom and work!”)

“Somos los agentes de la patrulla Fronteriza Americana – Nou se ajan patwouy ameriken.” (“We are the U.S. Border Patrol agents”)

“Si nou tande ekspresyon sa-a nan bouch ajan ki sou bato ameriken yo, sa vle di yo kenbe nou. Yo ka pimpe nou an Ayiti,” Pwofesè Orosco anseye. “Sa vle di m pral an Ayiti avèk nou si yo dekouvri nou se Ayisyen. Nou sipoze di nou se Kiben ki pale panyòl.” (“If you hear this expression from the mouths of the U.S. agents, that means they caught us. They can send us back to Haiti,” taught Professor Orosco. “That means I am going to Haiti with you if they find out that we are Haitians. You are supposed to say you are all Spanish-speaking Cubans.”)

“¡Somos cubanos! – Se Kiben nou ye! Se Kiben nou ye!” (“We are Cubans!”).

End of excerpt

(Permission obtained from the authors of this novella. No reproduction without permission.)

Monday, August 20, 2012

Las Noticias de Haiti y Los Recursos de Creole

Pamela White Ranplase Kenneth Merten Tankou Nouvo Anbasadè an Ayiti

Pamela di ke li pare pou-l al ankouraje kreyasyon travay an Ayiti. Li ajoute ke san yon bon ekonomi, pa ka gen bon jan chanjman de baz an Ayiti. Konsa, li vle travay men nan lamen avèk prezidan Martelly ak premye minis li pou envite mèt biznis pou al envesti an Ayiti. Ayiti bezwen plis faktori, plis otèl ak plis touris.

Anbasadè Pamela di ke li gen entansyon apiye gouvènman Martelly a nan efò l-ap fè pou devlope peyi Dayiti. Pamela White rekonèt ke dyaspora Ayisyen an gen yon gwo wol pou-l jwe nan developman peyi a tou. Yo gen ekspètiz nan anpil domèn ki ka kontribye nan avansman Ayiti. Konsa, li envite tout Ayisyen toupatou pou yo panse avèk pey .

Pamela White pwomèt pou-l koze ak tout Ayisyen. Menm si li pa pale Kreyòl tankou ansyen anbasadè Kenneth Merten, li va toujou gen yon entèprèt avèk li. Ayisyen pral gen chans pou yo di-l sa yo vle. Pandan sejou li an Ayiti, li va gen opòtinite pou-l aprann Kreyòl tou. Li menm di ke li dispoze al pase kèk nwit anba tant avèk Ayisyen pou-l ka soufri sa y-ap soufri.

Daprè depatman deta ameriken, diplomat ameriken an gen entasyon pou-l vwayaje toupatou nan peyi a pou-l ka wè bezwen peyi a avèk de je pa-l. Nou di bòn chans a Pamela White an Ayiti!

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Friday, August 10, 2012

Preguntas con 'Como se dice': Que Significa 'Kenep'? Como se dice 'te amo' en Creole Haitiano?

Kenèp – quenepa o mamoncillo, qenip, guinep

Te amo - m renmen ou - I love you

Te odio - M rayi ou - I hate you

Vini - Ven aca - Come here

Vini - Venir - To come

Ki jan yo di - Como se dice? - How do they say?

Amigo, a - Zanmi - Friend

Friday, July 6, 2012

Extracto del libro "La Lista de los Verbos de Creole e Espanol..."(La Lista de las Palabras, Oraciones y los Verbos Más Comunes en el Criollo Haitiano)

Fè pi kout / rann pi kout - Acortar - To shorten

Atake - Atacar - To attack

Ranje - Arreglar - To arrange, to fix, to set up, to fix up, to tidy up

Avize / Enfòme - Avisar - To warn, inform, to notify

Fè louwanj - Elogiar - To praise

Bay - Conceder - To grant

Pran / Resevwa yon kou kreyòl gratis - Agarar / Recibir un curso de Creole gratis - To take / receive a free creole class

Vini-m pale ou - Ven acá / Venga acá - Come here. I want to talk to you.

Anmède - to bore - aburrir

Fè plezi - to please - agradar / gustar. Ejemplos: Sa fè-m plezi anpil - Me agrada eso muco - I like this

Fè kontan - to make happy - alegrar. Ejemplos: Sa fè-m kontan anpil - Me alegra mucho - That makes me happy a lot.

Fè pè - to scare - asustar. Ejemplos: Mask ti kit sa-a fè-m pè - This scarecrow scares me - Este espantapájaro me asusta

Fè fache - to make angry - enojar. Ejemplos: Chen say o jape anpil. Yo fè-m fache - These dogs bark a lot. They make me angry - Estos perros ladran mucho. Me enojan

Irite - to irritate - indignar

Annuye - to bother - molestar

Fè pantan - to surprise - sorprender

Dwe / Fòk + subject + verb - to have to - Deber. Ejemplos: Fòk ou fè sa - You must do this - Tiene que hacerlo / debe hacerlo

Deside - to decide - decider

Vle / renmen - to desire - desear

Espere - to hope / to expect - Esperar

Bezwen - To need - Necesitar

Extracto de "La Lista de las Palabras, Oraciones y los Verbos Más Comunes en el Criollo Haitiano"

Saturday, June 16, 2012

¿Cómo se dice eso en Creole Haitiano? – Kijan Yo Di sa an Kreyòl Ayisyen? – How do you say This in Haitian Creole?

Excerpts from “Palabras, Oraciones, y Verbos en Creole, Espaňol, e Inglés - Mo, Fraz, ak Vèb an Kreyòl, Panyòl ak Anglè” –

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¿Cómo se dice eso en Creole Haitiano? – Kijan Yo Di sa an Kreyòl Ayisyen? – How do you say This in Haitian Creole?

¿Cómo se escribe eso en Creole? – Kòman nou ekri sa an Kreyòl? – How do you write that in Creole?

¿Cómo se dice ‘bailar’ en Creole? – Kouman nou di ‘danse’ an Kreyòl? - How do you say ‘dance’ in Creole

Ven acá / Vengan acá – Vini-m Pale ou – Come here. I want to talk to you

Jan se zanmi Pòl –Juan es el amigo de Pablo – John is Paul’s friend (Zanmi – amigo – friend)

M se zanmi ou – Soy tu amigo/a – I am your friend

Ban-m yon bon metòd pou-m aprann Kreyòl – Deme un buen metodo para aprender el Creole Haitiano – Give me a good method to learn Haitian Creole

Di-m kèk mo an Kreyòl – Dime / Diganme algunas palabras en Creole Haitiano – Tell me some words in Haitian Creole

M vle jwenn yon kou gratis vokabilè an kreyòl, anglè, epi panyòl – Me gustaría encontrar un tutorial gratis de vocabulario en Creole, Inglés e Espaňol.

Jan vle pran leson kreyòl – Juan quiere tomar lecciones de Creole – John wants to take Creole lessons.

Telechaje leson gratis epi vokabilè kreyòl – Descargen / Bajen las lecciones y vocabulario gratis de Creole – Download free lessons and vocabulary of Haitian Creole

Ekri fraz kreyòl pou timoun yo –Escriban algunas oraciones de Creole para los niňos

Nou swete etidyan yo bon vwayaj – Deseamos ‘buen viaje’ a los estudiantes – We wish ‘good trip’ to the students.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Haitian American Fruit Tree Initiative: Most Common Names of Haitian Fruit Trees - Plante Yon Pyebwa Jodi-a (Plant a Tree Today)

Vocabulary - Vocabulary - Haitian Creole Vocabulary: Naming some fruit trees (Nombrando los arboles de fruta en Haiti) Plante - to plant Plante pyebwa fwi - To plant fruit trees Kenep - quenepes - mamoncillos pye zaboka - avocado tree Pye mango - Mango trees Pye sitwon - Lemon trees Pye kokoye - Coconut trees Pye papay - Papaya trees Pistach - Peanut Manba - Peanut butter Pye veritab - Breadfruit tree Pye pech - Peach tree Pye Gwayav - Guava tree Pye grenadin - Passion fruit tree Rasin - Roots Grenn - Grains Diri - Rice Pitimi - millet Pwa - Beans Pwa gougous - Butter beans Tipwa - Peas Mayi moulen - Cornmush yanm - Caribbean or African yams (starchy roots)as in Jamaican yams made famous by Ussain Bolt (sprinter, world champion)

Kenèp – quenepa o mamoncillo, qenip, guinep

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