>, ala de traka papa, Atenn yon pi bon kont eksperyans lavi (ABLE)., Bakonwa Gran Fon, bon, bon, Bon, Bon, Bon, bòn, bòn, Bòn, bon afè, Bòn Ane, Bòn ane!, Bon apeti, bon bwa, Bon chans, bon debara, bon epay (U.S.).
Let’s discover Haiti and its culture in “Haiti of yesteryear” One of the things that characterize a person’s life is leisure or entertainment, how he spends his time relaxing and having fun when he is not in his usual occupation.
How to Properly Read and Write Haitian Creole Many people speak Creole, but cannot read or write it properly. Find some tricks to become proficient in reading and writing Haitian Creole. Learn how to “speak Creole like a rat.”
Children’s hobbies in Haiti a few years ago Haiti of yesteryear will help you understand what life was like in the past in Haiti. Texts on culture, leisure, education, sports and others
Jwèt timoun tan lontan ak distraksyon jodi a: avantaj ak enkonvényan Fè jwèt gen yon kokenchenn enpòtans nan devlopman timoun. Li ofri anpil byenfè emosyonèl, kognitif ak sosyal. Ann konpare avantaj ak enkonvényan jwèt tan lontan yo ak distraksyon jodi a
How to bow tie For those elegant guys who think about how to tie their ties. A true gentleman should know how to bow their ties! Easy steps to bow your tie.
Is Haitian Creole a Language? Haitian Creole has developed its own grammar, syntax, and vocabulary, and is recognized as an official language of Haiti. It's a cultural gem
English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. Lots of sentence examples. Synonyms. Antonyms. Popular expressions.
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