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  • Bonjou!

    Good morning!

    Bonswa!

    Good afternoon! (Evening! (used after 11 AM)

    Komon ou ye?

    How are you?

    N'ap boule! (most common greeting and response)

    Good!

    yo

    they, them

    Mesi

    Thanks

    Anmwe!

    Help!

    Non, mesi

    No, thanks

    Souple

    Please

    Merite

    You're welcome

    Pa gen pwoblem

    No problem

    Eskize mwen

    Excuse me

    Mwen regret sa

    I'm sorry

    Gen...

    There is/are...

    Pa genyen!

    There is/are not any!

    Mwen pa genyen!

    I don't have any!

    Sekonsa!

    That's right!

    Piti piti

    A little bit

    Anpil

    A lot

    Gen anpil...

    There are a lot of...

    Tout bagay anfom?

    Is everything OK?

    Pa kounye-a

    Not now

    Toupatou

    Everywhere

    Anyen

    Nothing

    Preske

    Almost

    Atansyon!

    Attention!/Watch out!

    Prese prese!

    Hurry!

    Dife!

    Fire!

    Rete!

    Stop!

    Kounye-a

    Now

    Nou ap chache...

    We are looking for...

    Souple, ban mwen...

    Please give me...

    Separe sa ant nou

    Divide this among you

    Ye

    Yesterday

    Jodia

    Today

    Demen

    Tomorrow

    Maten an

    This morning

    Apremidi a

    This afternoon

    Aswe a

    This evening

    lendi

    Monday

    madi

    Tuesday

    mekredi

    Wednesday

    jedi

    Thursday

    vandredi

    Friday

    samdi

    Saturday

    dimanch

    Sunday

    Ou byen?

    You OK?

    Mwen pa two byen

    I'm not too well

    Mwen malad

    I'm sick

    Te gen yon aksidan

    There was an accident

    Nou bezwen yon dokte/yon mis touswit

    We need a doctor/a nurse right now

    Kote Iopital Ia?

    Where is the hospital?

    Kote Ii ou fe mal?

    Where does it hurt you?

    Li ansent

    She's pregnant

    Mwen pa ka manje/domi

    I cannot eat/sleep

    Mwengendjare

    I have diarrhea

    Mwen anvi vonmi

    I feel nauseated

    Tout ko mwen cho

    My whole body is hot

    Mwen toudi

    I'm dizzy

    Nou bezwen pansman/koton

    We need bandages/cotton

    Mwen bezwen yon bagay pi blese sa a

    I need something for this cut

    Ou gen SIDA

    You have AIDS

    Mwen grangou

    I'm hungry

    Mwen swaf anpil

    I'm very thirsty

    Nou ta vle manje

    We would like to eat

    Konben

    How much?/How many?

    Poukisa?

    Why?

    Kote?

    Where?

    Kisa?

    What?

    Kile?

    When?

    Ki moun?

    Who?

    Kijan?

    How?

    Kiles?

    Which?

    Eske gen...?

    Is/Are there...?

    Eske ou gen...?

    Do you have...?

    Eske ou ka ede nou, souple?

    Can you help us please?

    Kote nou ka achte...?

    Where can we buy...?

    Eske ou ka di mwen...?

    Can you tell me...?

    montre

    show

    Ki moun ki Ia?

    Who is there?

    Kisa ou vIe?

    What do you want?

    Kisa ou ta vIa?

    What would you like?

    Kisa ou ap fe Ia?

    What are you doing there?

    Kisa sa a ye?

    What is that?

    Sa k'genyen?

    What's the matter?

    Kisa pi nou fe?

    What must we do?

    Eske ou te we...?

    Have you seen...?

    Eske ou pale angle/franse?

    Do you speak English/French?

    Ki moun isit ki pale angle?

    Who speaks English here?

    Ou konprann?

    You understand?

    Kij an yo rele sa an kreyol?

    What do they call that inCreole?

    Kij an yo di...an kreyol?

    How do they say... in Creole?

    Kisa ou bezouen?

    What do you need?

    Kisa ki rive ou?

    What happened to you?

    Ki kote li ale?

    Where did he go?

    Kilaj ou?

    How old are you?

    Kote ou rete?

    Where do you live?

    Eske ou gen petit?

    Do you have any children?

    Kote nou ye?

    Where are we?

    genyen

    to have

    chita

    to sit

    manje

    to eat

    rete

    to stop

    kouri

    to run

    kouche

    to lie down

    vini

    to come

    ale/prale

    to go

    ban

    to give

    rete trankil

    to be quiet

    pran

    to get, receive

    leve

    to get up

    sede

    to give up

    touye

    to kill

    frape

    to hit

    kache

    to hide

    konnen

    to know

    manti

    to lie (not truth)

    gade

    to look

    koupe

    to cut

    kwit-manje, fe-manje

    to cook

    fimen

    to smoke

    atake

    to attack

    ban pemi

    to authorize

    kri

    to shout, yell, scream

    achte

    to buy

    fe-apel

    to call, name

    netwaye

    to clean

    femen

    to close

    fose

    to coerce, force

    fini

    to finish

    obeyi

    to obey

    fe

    konfyans - to trust

    console

    to comfort

    pati

    to leave, depart

    mouri

    to die

    fe-desen

    to draw, sketch

    bwe

    to drink

    tonbe

    to drop, fall

    mete abo

    embark, load, board

    atoure

    to surround

    ranfose

    to enforce

    ou

    you, your

    mwen

    I, me, my, mine

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