a nan fèy malanga, antre nan, antre nan afè moun, Antwàn nan gomye poko wè l, benyen nan yon ganmèl, bèt ki gade nan kay, bèt nan bwa, bon nouvèl, bote dlo nan panye pèse, chan, chan bannann, chan kann, chan mayetik, chè nan gòj, chou nan vinèg, Commonwealth nan Eta Endepandan, dekoupe nan chan bannann, depi nan pye jis nan tèt, donbrèy nan pwa sa dous=Cervelle au beurre noir c’est bon, egzajere nan bwè alkòl.
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
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