Fri, 31 December 2010
Listen to Haitian Creole on the Go! Listen to Learn Haitian Creole Study CD: Ann Pale Kreyol PlopPlop! Understand the context, the cultural relevancy and use the right expressions and phrases. Get the textbook from Amazon Kindle to be able to benefit more.
Category:Learn Haitian Creole Study CD Series -- posted at: 8:04 PM
Sat, 4 December 2010
Le Bisou ou La Bise: The Mystery Around the 'Famous French Kiss' Explained at LaBaguetteFrenchLesson Podcast
Find out more about how this mystery was solved or was it ever one? Why do French-speaking or French-influenced cultures and people kiss each other on the cheek or use a closer space than Americans or other ethnic groups do? How many times can a friend kiss you on the cheek in the French culture? From Haiti to Louisiana (Cajuns) to Canada, France and Belgium, find out when to kiss or to shake hands! LaBaguetteFrenchLesson.blogspot.com exists to help you learn another important language, French.
Learn the language and about the countries that speak French. Welcome to the world of Francophonie! Now why do we teach French when teaching Kreyol? These two languages are inseparable. One is tied to the other. To better appreciate the Haitian experience and history, we have to teach French. You can soon find an app in the Apple store and iTunes pertaining to LaBaguetteFrenchLesson Podcast App!
Bonne Chance a vous tous!
Category:Learn Fren:h: French Pronunciation and Culture -- posted at: 6:29 PM
Thu, 25 November 2010
Haitian Kay Game: Tout Jwet Timoun Ayisyen : All Haitian Childrens Exclusive and Authentic Games and Toys
Tout Jwèt Timoun Ayisyen. Jwèt - Toy, game. Haitian Kay Game
Familiarize yourself with the toys and games that Haitian Children have been playing all along. Learn how to play 'Kay,' a hole game. Use Paypal to buy a copy of the textbook and Play Kay Supplies now! The Supplies are only mailed out to the person who purchases copies of this book via Paypal
Find out all the other games played by children and specially Haitian Children
Get this Haitian Kay Game booklet for your Kindle at AmazonKindle for $9.99
Category:Haitian Creole Textbooks, Games & Toys -- posted at: 7:48 AM
Thu, 18 November 2010
Welcome to La Baguette, a French Lesson Textbook and Podcast! Welcome to Our French Lesson 101 - Free Sample and Paid Episode
We realize that Haiti has two official languages: French and Kreyol. In order to prepare you for your visit to Haiti and any other French-speaking country, we have to provide you with some French lessons. We wish you good luck with your learning of one of the most beautiful languages in the world. Bear in mind that you are only getting a free sample with each lesson. We invite you to click on Google Checkout to purchase and download the full episode below.
Learn French with Mr. Joseph J. Charles. Visit LaBaguetteFrenchLesson Podcast Episodes and Labaguettefrenchlesson.blogspot.com blog to find this episode's vocabulary. The accompanying La Baguette French textbook -Learn French in No Time! will be made available soon.
Here is a sample of a dialogue among friends:
Jacques: Salut! – Hello (Kreyòl : Alo)
François: Salut! – Hello (Kreyòl : Alo)
Jacques: Je m’appelle Jacques. Comment t’appelles-tu? – My name is Jacques. What’s your name ? (Kreyòl : M rele Jak. Kòman ou rele ? )
François: Je m’appelle François. – My name is Francois – (Kreyòl : M rele Franswa)
Jacques: Comment ça va ? - How are you doing ? (Kreyòl : Sa-k Pase ?)
François : ça va bien, merci. Et toi ? I am doing well and you ? (Kreyòl :Sa va byen. E ou menm?)
Jacques : Comme ci, comme ça . – So, so. (Kreyòl : Pa pi byen ni pi mal or Nèg ap gade san pran)
French Lesson Notes:
Greet others with “Bonjour,” “Salut,” in the morning or when parting or “Bonsoir” in the evening. If you are talking to your friend, use the informal personal pronoun “tu” instead of the more formal “vous.”
Buy this French Lesson episode right here:
Tue, 16 November 2010
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Tue, 16 November 2010
Find this book at Amazon.com and use it to learn Haitian Creole with us on this podcast. "Ann Pale Yon Ti Kreyol..." was written with your Haitian language and culture needs in mind.
Category:Creole Words and Expressions -- posted at: 2:34 AM
Sun, 14 November 2010
Ciudadanos de Paises Que Usan "Que Tal? Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule! Bien! Manual de Creole Haitiano Para Hispanohablantes..."
Encuentren los paises que estan usando HaitianCreoleMP3.libsyn.com, annpalekreyolaudio.blogspot.com, y aprenderkreyolhaitiano.blogspot.com para aprender el Creole (Kreyol) Haitiano. Bajan lecciones gratis del podcast y del blog. Estas lecciones fueron preparadas con ellos en la mente.
Category:Learn Haitian Creole From English and Spanish -- posted at: 6:30 AM
Mon, 8 November 2010
Free Download of Tools and Supplies - What Do We Need To Build a House? (Excerpt from "Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference"
The vocabulary accompanying this podcast episode will be posted on CreoleBuildsHaiti.blogspot.com, AprenderKreyolHaitiano.blogspot.com, Sakpaselearnhaitiancreole.blogspot.com and CreoleChildrensBooks.blogspot.com
You can also find vocabulary about home building in this textbook in Creole/Spanish, "Que Tal? S-ak Pase? N-ap Boule! Bien!" Manual de Kreyol Para Hispanohablantes - Aprendan Creyole Haitiano Ahora!
Compren su copia del libro electronico hoy. Bajen su libro electronico!
Fri, 29 October 2010
Here is a portion of the text accompanying this lesson, Lesson#15, Free Preview Download of "Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference." This Creole workbook, full with exercises, new vocabulary and relevant cultural expressions and explanations will help you grasp the intricate parts of the language and culture. It will help you learn Haitian Creole in a rather short period of time with the support of this podcast and associated blog posts.
This new textbook will be available within two months or so.
You can pre-order it right here using Paypal.
Chapit 1 “Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference” Free Preview Haitian Creole Lesson I
Bonjou Good Morning
Bonswa Good Afternoon
Bòn Nwi Good Evening
Pase bòn Jounen Have a good day
Pase bòn nwi Have a good night
Personal Pronouns: Singular: Mwen or M (I, Me, My) Ou (You, you, you) Li (he, she, it, him, her, its)
Plural: Nou (We, our, us) Nou (You, your, you) Yo (They, their, them)
Examples: M rele Jan. My name is John.
Ki Jan ou rele? What’s your name?
Point to somebody or Identify someone: Use Ki moun sa-a? Who is this/that?
Answer with: Se + name or pronoun: Se Jan. He is John. Se Maten – He is Martin. Se Alfons – He is Alphonse. Se Ja-n – She is Jane. Fè Egzèsis sa yo. Fè Pratik
Ask questions using these names: Marimat, Fanfan, Tifi, Remon ak Jan Batis, KansonFè ak Lila, Tifani ak Lala, Lilli, Malis, ak Jan.
Ki pwofesè sa-a?
Ki madanm sa-a ?
Ki eleman sa-a?
Ki bèl fanm sa-a ?
Ki doktè sa-a ?
Ki timoun sa-a ? Ki mesye sa-a ?
Ki pastèu sa-a ? Ki muzisyen sa-a ? Ki travayè sa-a ?
Question Words: Use these question words to ask questions, identify people and things around you (Kijan, Kouman, Kòman – How; Kilè – When; Akilè? – at what time?; Poukisa? Why; Kisa? –What?; Ki moun? Who; Ki kote? Kote? Ki Bò? – Where? )
Eske + subject + Verb to ask questions
Direct download: FreePreview-QuickHaitianCreoleGrammarReference.mp3
Category:SakPaseLearnHaitianCreole Excerpt -- posted at: 4:31 PM
Sun, 17 October 2010
FreeCreole GrammarBook Brings You "Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference" Scheduled for Release in Two Months
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http://www.facebook.com/freecreolemp3online brings you the best of Haitian Creole Chants d'esperance songs, free MP3 links to download and creole lessons in one place. On this page, you will also find the upcoming groundbreaking "Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference Freecreole Grammarbook Create Your Badge If you feel like listening to Haitian songs of hope, here is a list of blogs and sites where you can do so immediately: http://chandesperansonline.com http://chantsdesperance.blogspot.com http://chandesperans.blogspot.com http://kreyolaudiomp3.blogspot.com
Category:SakPaseLearnHaitianCreole -- posted at: 5:49 PM