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  • person

    moun

    he, she, it

    li

    you (singular)

    ou

    we, us, you (plural)

    nou

    they, them, their

    yo

    can (to be able)

    kapab

    the thing

    bagay la

    have

    genyen, gen

    to give

    bay, ba, ban

    little

    piti, ti

    work

    travay

    in, through

    nan

    much, a lot, many

    anpil

    lime, lemon

    sitwon

    pleased, happy

    kontan

    soap

    savon

    the house

    kay la

    to take

    pran

    to wait for

    tann

    gently (slowly)

    dousman

    the peanut butter

    manba a

    the load

    chajman an

    Nan

    in/to/at/from

    Petèt

    perhaps

    Sa depan

    depends

    Kounye a

    now

    Sa se

    that is

    Anpil

    many/very

    Kèk

    some/a few

    Men

    but/here

    Toujou

    always/still

    Pako

    not yet

    ankò

    again

    Deja

    already

    Yon bagay

    something

    Yon moun

    someone

    Yon kote

    somewhere

    Plizyè

    several

    Souvan

    often

    Toupatou

    everywhere

    Menm

    same/self

    Menm bagay

    same thing

    Ann/annou

    let's

    Ann ale!

    Let's go!

    Grangou

    hungry

    Swaf

    thirsty

    Sa a

    This or that

    Sa yo

    These or those

    La a

    Here or there

    Nèg/nomn

    man

    Avèk/ak/avè

    with

    Twòp

    too much/too many

    San

    without

    Anba

    under

    Dèyè

    behind

    Anwo

    under

    Devan

    in front of

    Anvan

    before

    Apre

    after

    Ansamn

    together

    Anndan

    inside

    Deyò

    outside

    Tou

    also/too

    Chak

    every/each

    Men wi

    of course

    Epi tou

    and also

    Pafwa

    sometimes

    Ase

    enough

    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

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