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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Language Lesson Podcast for Haitian Migrants, Social Workers, Outreach and Homeland Security Officials

Communication assistance for Haitian Migrants, Social Workers, Homeland Security and Local Authorities

Some Haitian migrants left Haiti by walking, catching a tap tab or taxi, and traveling by bus to DR where they caught a flight to Panama. From Panama, they traveled to Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brasil. Some of them were granted a work permit to work in Brasil. That was when Brasil's economy was great. Brasil did not have the current political upheaval. President Dilma Rousseff and Zika were not making headlines yet. People were talking about getting ready for the 2016 Olympic games. Once the economy started slowing down, Haitian migrants lost their job. They were ready to travel again through Central America and Mexico. This time, they were heading back to Tijuana at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, the largest land border between Mexico, Tijuana and San Diego.

Staff at La Casa de Migrante in Tijuana said they have opened the door and the floor so migrants can have a space to stay and sleep.

This series of podcast lessons will help everyone, social workers, authorities, church directors and pastors, and local officials.

Kachiman – la cherimoya/chirimoya (Spanish) – Sugar Apple or Sweetsop in Jamaica, Matomoko in Kenya, Sweet apple in Ghana, foreign lychee in Hong Kong, fruta pinha, condessa, ata, anona in Brazil and Angola, Matopetope in Tanzania (also known as custard apple in India and Australia and referred to as Annona reticulata). In Hispanic America, it’s known as anón, anón de azucar, cachiman, fruta do conde, saramuyo, granadilla (little grenade). Custard apple is an excellent source of energy. It helps to fight exhaustion and eliminates muscle weakness. Por su bajo aporte en sodio, riqueza en potasio y poca grasa se aconseja a aquellas personas que sufren de hipertensión arterial o alteraciones cardiacas o de vasos sanguíneos. De la misma forma, también reduce los niveles de colesterol.

Kowosòl – Guanábana (Spanish) – Soursop (Graviola – Brazilian Portuguese; Corossol – French; Anona reticulata – European Portuguese; bullocks’ heart, bulls’ heart, cœur de boeuf – Democratic Republic of Congo; Brazilian Pawpaw – Filipino). Some people state it is used for cancer treatment. However, there is no credible scientific evidence showing that Anona muricata or Graviola is a cancer cure according to the Federal Trade Commission in the US.

Kayimit – Cainito / caimito / estrella – Star apple in Jamaica or milk fruit (Pomme de lait in French), known as bobi wata or breast Milk fruit in Sierra Leone; Odara in Nigeria. Infusion of the leaves has been used against diabetes (tansyon) and rheumatism. It is a delicious fruit that can serve as dessert. The Cainito leaves have two colors, green and gold. They refer to people with two faces as hypocrites, two-faced people. Well-known aphrodisiac!

Mirliton – Chayote – Chayote. It may help prevent acne, may help guard against constipation, may help energize the body, may help promote thyroid health, promote heart health

Saturday, June 18, 2016

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Thursday, July 23, 2015

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Thursday, May 7, 2015

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Friday, March 13, 2015

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Friday, February 20, 2015

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Thursday, January 22, 2015

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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

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Addendum #2: Dyalòg ak Vokabulè

Dyalòg ak Vokabulè

Toma ak Titonton rankontre – Toma and Titonton met

Toma: Bonjou, Titonton. Ki jan ou ye jodi-a? (Hello, Titonton. How are you today ?)

Titonton: M’ byen. E ou menm? Ban-m nouvèl papa ou ? (I’m fine. And you ? How is your father?)

Toma : M byen wi. Papa-m pa gaya (I am fine. My father is not well. He is ill)

Titonton: Ki jan Marimat ye? Eske l’ap demele-l? (How is Marimat? Is she getting along?)

Toma: Marimat byen wi. L’ap kenbe (Marimat is fine. She is getting along)

Titonton: Sa fè lontan nou pa wè. S’ak pase ? (We have not seen each other for a long time. What’s up?

Toma: Monchè, m’ap boule (my dear, I am managing)

Titonton: Bon, monchè, ban-m nouvèl mennaj ou a ? (Okay, dear, how about your girlfriend ? )

Toma : Nou te kraze sa (We had a breakup or we broke up)

Titonton: Depi kilè ou pa ansanm avèk li ? (How long have you not been with her ?)

Toma: Ou enterese nan li? (Are you interested in her?)

Titonton: M pa menm konn non-l, non. Ki jan’ l rele ankò? (I do not even know her name. What’s her name?)

Toma: Li rele Jaklin. (Her name is Jaklin)

Titonton: An Kreyòl, se Jaklin. An fransè, se Jacqueline. (In Creole, it’s Jaklin. In French, it’s Jacqueline)

Toma : Monchè, kite-m kraze rak / Kite-m ale ! (my dear friend, let me take leave of you. Let me go!”

Titonton: Oke Toma. N’a wè mwa pwochen si Bon Dye vle. (See you next month, God willing !)

Toma: Oke. N’a wè nan inivèsite-a (Right. See you at the university).

Additional Haitian Creole Expressions and Explanations:

M’ap kenbe – I’m getting along

M’ap boule – I am managing

Mwen la / m la – I’m okay

M pa pi mal - I am no worse

M byen – I am fine


Wi – yes
Non – no
Explanations of Wi and Non in a sentence:
Use “Wi – yes” with positive declaration sentences. Non is used with negative declarative sentences.
Exercises – Egzèsis:
Ki sa? What ? Sa ? what?
Ki sa sa-a ye? What is this ?
Sa ou pral fè lavil? (What are you going to do downtown ?)
Sa ou ap chache la-a? (What are you looking for here ?)
Sa ou bezwen? Sa w bezwen? Ki sa ou bezwen? (What do you need ?)
Ki sa ou fè lè ou malad ? What do you do when you get sick ?
M-al nan dispansè-a / I go to the healthy station.
Repete – Repeat
Ki sa sa-a ye?
Se yon zeguy – It is a needle
Ki sa sa-a ye?
Se yon mato – It is a hammer
Eske gen yon tibokit sou sab la? Is there a pale on the sand ?

Ki kote? Kote? Ki bò? Where?
Ki kote ou travay? Where?
Ki kote ou ap travay? Ki bò ou ap travay ? Where are you working ?
M’ap travay nan izin nan – I am working in the factory
Ki kote ou prale? – Where are you going?
M pral legliz (church)
M pral nan mache (market)
M pral Pòtoprens (Port-au-Prince
M pral anba lavil (downtown)
M pral lapòs (Post office)
M pral lekòl (school)
M pral danse nan rara (popular music and dance)
M pral nan kanaval (carnival)
M pral Fòlibète – I am going to Fort Liberté
M pral Kap Ayisyen. Kap Ayisyen nan nò peyi dayiti
Ki kote lèkay ye? Lèkay nan sid peyi a
Ki kote Jakmèl ye?
Ki kote Gonayiv ye?
Ki bò Jeremi ye?

Ki sa ou pral fè lavil ?
M pral voye yon lèt ak yon kasèt bay manman-m k’ap viv Nouyòk ( I am going to send a letter and a casette tape to my mother who is living in New York)
M pran nan mache Fè pou-m sa achte materyèl lekòl pou timoun yo (I am going to the Iron Market to buy school supplies for the kids)
Nòt Kreyol: Translation of the Preposition “To” indicating motion to a place:
Kreyòl uses “Nan” before the noun indicating the place to express motion to a place. Also, keep in mind that nouns that refer to specified, unique places usually do not need the definite article. For example, I am going to church – M pral legliz; I am going to school – M pral lekòl.
Ki kote konpè Jak prale? Where brother Jak going ?
Li pral travay nan jaden li - He is going to work in his garden.
Poukisa – Why?
Poukisa tout timoun sa yo ap mache yonn dèyè lòt konsa? Y-ap mache an fil endyen – Why are all these kids walking in line like this ?
Se yon pwosesyon. Gen yon mès nan legliz katolik la – It is a procession. There is a mass at the catholic church.
Pè-a pral bay lamès – The priest is going to preside over the mass
Ki moun ki / Ki moun - Who
Ki moun ki pral Kanada? Who is going to Canada?
Ki moun ou vle envite nan fèt ou a ? Whom do you want to invite to your party ?
Ki moun ki vle ede-m? Who wants to help me?
Ki moun ki konn danse ? Who knows how to dance ?
Eske ou konnen yon moun ki konn pale alman? (Do you know somebody who knows German ?)
Ki moun ki pale fransè nan legliz la ? Who speaks French in church ?
Pa gen moun ki pale fransè ak alman nan legliz la – There is nobody who speaks French and German in the church
Possessive in Creole
Whose is it? Se pou ki moun?
(Belonging to, pertaining to, indicating possession)
Bato sa-a se pou Jan. Se bato Jan.
Se rad Tipapa. Rad sa-a se pou Tipapa
Notes / Nòt: An easy way to understand and express possession in Haitian Creole is to have the noun referring to what is owned followed by the name of the owner. If a pronoun follows a noun, it is used as a possessive adjective.
Examples: Se lajan/kòb Delòm. Se kòb li – (It’s Delòm’s money. It is his money)
Se chokola Manno ak Wobè. Se chokola yo – It is Manno and Robert’s chocolate. It is their chocolate.
Se vwazin Terèz – Se vwazin li – She is Teresa’s neighbor. She is her neighbor
Se liv Joslen. Se liv li – It is Jocelyn’s book. It is his.
Se mallet Jisten. Se malèt li – It is Justin’s suitcase. It is his suitcase.
Konbyen? – How much / How many?
Konbyen rad ou wè nan chanm nan? - How many pieces of cloth do you see in the room ?
M wè yon chemiz (shirt), yon pè pantalon (pants), yon mayo (t-shirt), yon pè soulye (a pair of shoes), de pè sapat (a pair of thongs), yon kravat (tie), de jip (skirt) yon pè chosèt (socks), yon pè tenis (a pair of tennis shoes) epi yon ba (stockings)
Other forms of possession: Asking questions
Pou ki moun kay sa yo ye? Poukiyès kay sa yo ye? Whose are those houses?
Pou ki moun plim sa-a ye? Poukiyès plim sa-a ye? Whose is this pen?
Pou ki moun kreyon sa-a ye? Poukiyès kreyon sa-a ye? Whose is this pencil?

Sa yo se kay leta (kay gouvènman) – These are government houses /buidings
Pouki moun plaj sa yo ye? Poukiyès plaj sa yo ye? Se plaj prive
Whose are these beaches? They are private beaches
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Eske ou gen yon bagay? Do you have anything (something)?
Non. M pa gen anyen – No, I do not have anything
Plasaj - to live with a man or woman in common law; to take a concubine while married; placage from the french culture, New Orleans etc

Friday, July 25, 2014

Alphabetic Haitian Creole Dictionary

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This bestselling Alphabetical Haitian Creole Dictionary was composed and prepared by Haitian American linguist Jean Boger Laferrière who started studying at Sorbonne University in Paris, France. He completed his higher studies at Anglia Ruskin University and Open University.

Jean Boger continues to write about Haitian culture and languages while residing in New York City. In using this lexicon, he wants you to remember that there are some letters that Haitian Creole does not have. For example, X and Q are added to the above list of letters in order to give you their corresponding English version of the words.

Enjoy this small book that can help you learn Haitian Creole, one of the most beautiful, phonetic, and colorful languages of the world.

Here is a copy of the Haitian alphabet which was officially published in 1979: a (ah), an (an), b (be), ch (se ach), d (de), e (e), è (è), en (en), f (èf), g (je), h (ach), I (i), j (ji), k (ka), l (èl), m (èm), n (èn), ng (èn j), O (o), On (on), Ou (ou), Oun (oun), P (pe), R (èr), S (ès), T (te), Ui (yi), V (ve), W (doubleve), Y (igrèg), Z (zèd)

Thursday, February 27, 2014

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

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Friday, December 21, 2012

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Monday, December 17, 2012

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Saturday, September 29, 2012

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Saturday, July 23, 2011

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Translation :

Poukisa Tijan P-al Lekòl –
Why Tijan Does Not Go To School
The Godfather’s Mercy – Parenn Pran Pitye

Once upon a time a little boy named Tijan decided to learn how to read and write. Tijan was born in a little village located next to Léogâne, Haiti, on top of a huge mountain called Katwen. He is Mrs. Altidor’s second child. He has an older sister who is living with her father’s relatives. Tijan’s older sister’s name is Marijo. Tijan does not have the same father as Marijo. In fact, he does not know his father. Marijo’s father has sent her to school. Tijan does not have a parent who can send him to school.

Every year, he gets very sad when he sees his older sister’s new uniform, shoes, socks, books and other supplies. Tijan would like to learn how to read and write too but his father did not recognize him.

Mrs. Altidor can not help Tijan find his father. She does not know the identity of her son’s father. Mrs. Altidor does not remember anything at all because she is always drunk. She enjoys drinking Tafia (a strong alcoholic beverage in Haiti), alcohol, and smoking cigarettes. When she earns any money, she wastes it in beverages, junk food, and fried goodies. That is why Marijo’s father had taken her away from her.

Tijan is ten years old now. His friends have started to tease him and to call him names such as “idiot, dumb beast, animal.” They thought he was imbecile. However, he knows he is not dumb. He has a plan. “If only the plan can work, I will be able to show everybody that I am an intelligent guy.”

That is how Tijan decided to walk to the residence of his godfather who was living in the city of Léogâne. His godfather had a lot of contacts in town. He has sent all of his children to school. Mr. Bonifas took pity of Tijan who broke out crying and complaining.

“It looks like you are moving away, Tijan!” remarked Mr. Bonifas as he spotted him. “Where is your mother? Why did she not come with you?”
“Godfather, I want to live with you. I can not take it any longer up in the mountain,” Tijan replied. “Manman-m, my mother does not want to do anything for me. All the money she earns goes to her alcohol. I am ten years old. I do not know how to read and write.”
Surprised, Mr. Bonifas asked, “Your mother has not sent you to school?”
“No. She is drunk all the time. She does not have a dry day. She has no time to think about such things.”
“Your mother has never told you about your father.”
“No. Do you know my father? You know I am fatherless. Marijo has a father. She is living at her grandparents’ home.”
Mr. Bonifas looked at his eyes. He did not utter a word. Neither did he try to answer his question or reveal his father’s identity.
“What were you doing during all these years?”
“Every year I thought my mother was going to send me to school. But she never had time to do that.”
Mr. Bonifas became meditative. He was taken aback by his godson’s declarations. He thought Tijan had the same providing father as his older sister, Marijo.
“Alcohol is a bad thing. It is a vice. The woman neglected her responsibility because of tafia. That is what is destroying the country.”

Mr. Bonifas opened the back door of the store. He took the little box of clothes and sandals that Tijan had carried. That was all his possession. He placed it in a room behind the counter. He said, “Welcome home! Welcome to my home! I am going to do all I can do for you. I am going to raise you just like my ten sons and daughters.”
“Am I going to become your 11th child?”
“Yes. You are my godson, Tijan. The only thing I ask is to work hard at the store and at school.”

Mr. Bonifas telephoned his wife to announce the news of Tijan’s arrival.
“Darling, I have news for you. Do you remember my godson who lives on top of the mountain of Léogâne?”
“Hello darling. Yes, I do. The mountain people who know have told me that she has no more strength to walk down to trade around here. She drinks too much tafia.”
“Aha! You know her very well.”
“She is a drunkard. She has other vices too. She smokes. No men want to stay with her too long. Did they ever find out who the father of her son is?”
“Cheri, darling. I can not answer this question.”
“Why not, honey?”









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