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1

Ki jan ou di ... nan kreyol?

How do you say .... in Kreyol?

2

Mwen gen yon kesyon.

I have a question.

3

Repete

Repeat

4

Pale dousman.

Speak slowly.

5

Kijan ou di nan anglé?

How do you say in english?

6

Eskize'm

Excuse me

7

Ki jan ou ye? Kouman ou ye?

How are you?

8

Pa two byen.

Not too well.

9

Pa pi mal.

Not too bad (not more bad).

10

Ki jan ou rele? / Ki non ou?

How are you called? / What's your name?

11

Ki kote ou sóti/rete?

Where do you come from?/Live (stay at)?

12

Ki laj ou? Konbyen áne ou genyen?

What's your age? How many years have you?

13

Mwen sonje w'.

I remember you (I miss you).

14

M'byen kontan wé w'.

I'm pleased to see you.

15

Orevwa.

Goodbye.

16

Padekwa.

You're welcome.

17

Dakó

That's cool.

18

Ou dakó ak sa?

Are you cool with that?

19

Pa gen pwoblém.

No problem.

20

Bonjou mesye.

Good morning/day sir / mr.

21

Mwen regrét sa.

I'm sorry (I regret that).

22

Tanpri/souple

Please

23

Silvouplé

Please

24

rive

to arrive

25

chita

to sit

26

lave

to wash

27

jwe

to play

28

ekri

to write

29

benyen

to bath/bathing

30

kouri

to run

31

ri

to laugh

32

to see/view

33

santi

smell/feel (mwen santi fatige)

34

bwose

to brush

35

retire

to take off/to remove

36

pati

to depart/ to go out

37

kite

to leave/ to quit

38

kanpe

to stand

39

seche

to dry

40

pase

to pass

41

goute

to taste

42

touche

to touch

43

penyen

to groom

44

vire

to turn

45

priye

to pray

46

danse

to dance

47

sote

to jump/ to skip/ to leap

48

resevwa

to receive/ to get/ to obtain

49

vann

to sell

50

monte

to go up/ to rise/ to raise

51

desann

to go down

52

dòmi

to sleep

53

kouche

to lay down

54

reveye

to wake up

55

leve

to lift up/ to raise

56

The mom sits and bathes her daughter.

Manman an chita e benyen piti fi li.

57

His uncle jumps and laughs.

Tonton li sote e (li) ri.

58

The wife wakes up and her husband sleeps.

Madamn nan reveye e mari li dòmi.

59

Our son get's up.

Pitit gason nou leve.

60

Their female cousin is well.

Kouzin yo se byen.

61

PRAN

to take (an item)

62

POTE/POT

to carry/ to bring

63

MENNEN

to take or to bring a person somewhere

64

TANN

to wait

65

KONNEN/KONN

o know

66

KONN

typically/ usually

67

METE/MET

to put/ to put on/ to wear

68

EDE

to help

69

GADE/GAD

to look/ look at

70

JWENN

to find/ to receive something

71

KOUPE

to cut

72

ACHTE

to buy

73

TONBE

to fall

74

KOUTE

to listen

75

TANDE

to hear

76

MANDE

to ask

77

MANJE

to eat / food

78

RETE/RET

to stay/ to stop (an object)

79

SISPANN

to stop (an action)

80

RETE/SISPANN

YOU CAN RETE (STOP) A VEHICLE (OBJECT) OR YOU CAN SISPANN (STOP) DRIVING (ACTION)

81

RALE

to pull

82

MARE

to tie

83

GENYEN/GEN

to gain/ to have/ to win

84

PALE/PAL

to speak/ to talk

85

VINI/VIN

to come

86

FINI/FIN

to finish/ done

87

ALE/AL

to go

88

DI

to say/ to tell

89

VLE

to want

90

BEZWEN

to need

91

FÓK

must (it is necessary):FÓK MWEN FÉ SA. (NOT: MWEN FÓK FÉ SA)

92

to do/ to make

93

PARE

to be ready

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MONTRE

to show/ to demonstrate

95

BALE

to sweep/ broom

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SOURI

to smile

97

MACHE

to walk

98

FÉ DOUCH

to shower (take a shower)

99

GRANGOU

to be hungry

100

SWAF

to be thirsty

101

The girl is small.

Ti fi a piti.

102

Yes/ they are in the same thing.

Wi/ yo se nan menm bagay.

103

No/ because I don't want that.

Non/ paske mwen pa vle sa.

104

I don't do anything to him!

Mwen pa fè anyen pou li!

105

Don't give him anything yet.

Pa ba li anyen ankò.

106

We have him.

Nou genyen li.

107

You need to remove it.

Ou bezwen retire li.

108

How is your brother doing?

Kouman frè ou ye?

109

Where is your father from?

Ki kote papa ou ye?

110

How old is your sister?

Ki laj sè ou?

111

pou

for (reason)

112

pa

not (before verb/adj)

113

piti / ti

small (piti after/ ti before)

114

kapab / ka

can

115

non

name/ no

116

wi

yes

117

nan

in/ into/ of

118

bebe

baby

119

ti moun

children

120

poko

no! not doing something like “poko kouri !”

121

dousman

slowly

122

bagay

items/ things/ stuff

123

anyen

nothing (mwen pa vale anyen) (pa + anyen)

124

prèske

nearly/ almost

125

kase

broken/ to break

126

paske

because

127

menm

same/ even

128

sa

this/ that

129

la

here/ there/ always follow adj/noun (kay la)

130

KARAKTÉ

character

131

bél

beautiful

132

bo

handsome/ to kiss

133

léd

ugly

134

zanmi

friend

135

bon

good

136

move

bad

137

kontan

happy

138

fache

angry/ upset

139

tris

sad

140

entelijan

smart

141

sót

stupid

142

parese

lazy

143

engra

ungrateful

144

rich

rich

145

póv

poor

146

gwo

big

147

kout

short

148

wo

tall

149

még

skinny/ thin

150

gra

fat

151

bonjan

well mannered

152

move jan

ill mannered

153

Li gen bonjan/move jan

He has good/bad ways.

154

malad

sick

155

malnouri

malnourished

156

fou

crazy

157

fatige / bouke

tired

158

demwazél

young lady

159

vye

old

160

VOKABILÉ

vobulary

161

travay

to work/ job

162

pitit

child (relational: his child/ my child/ Mary's child)

163

savon

soap

164

malét

suitcase

165

kay

house

166

men

but

167

kék

few/ several/ some

168

valiz

handbag/ backpack

169

premye

first

170

dezyém

second

171

twazyém

third

172

dénye

last

173

avék / ak

with

174

I'm talking to him

Map pale avek li.

175

Cat and dog

Chat ak chyen.

176

Sister and brother

Sé ak fré.

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ankó

again

178

aprann

to learn/ to teach

179

vit

fast/ quickly

180

fé vit

hurry up/ hurry

181

malét léd la

The ugly suitcase

182

But/ the young lady is tired.

Men/ demwazél la fatige.

183

The baby bathes with soap.

Ti bebe a benyen ak savon.

184

I am angry with you!

Mwen fache pou ou (pou w’).

185

Help me do this.

Ede m' fè sa.

186

The third child can't dance.

Twazyèm piti fi a pa ka danse.

187

They can buy soap for us.

Yo ka achte savon pou nou.

188

We don't know that handsome boy.

Nou pa konnen garcon an bèl.

189

Go in the house and take the suitcase.

Ale nan kay la e pran malèt la.

190

My job makes me crazy!

Travay mwen fè m' fou.

191

My wife is beautiful.

Madanm mwen bèl.

192

KESYON

question

193

KI

who/ what

194

KISA/SA

what

195

KOTE/KOT

where/ place

196

KI KOTE

where/ what place

197

time/ when

198

KI LÉ

what time/ where

199

KI JOU

what day

200

POUKISA (Pou kisa)

why

201

KI MOUN

who

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KI MOUN KI

who (followed by is/ does/ did)

203

KI JAN

how

204

JAN

John/ way

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KONBYEN

how much/ how many

206

KONBYEN FWA

how many times

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KONBYEN NAN

how many of

208

KILÉS KI

which one

209

KILÉS

which

210

KILÉS NAN

which of

211

KI KALITE

what kind/ what type

212

KI BÓ

what area (where/ specifically)

213

VOKABILÈ

vocabulary

214

CHERI

sweety

215

BLIYE

to forget

216

TALÉ

soon

217

MOUN

person

218

YON MOUN

a person/ someone/ somebody

219

BLESE

to hurt/ to injure (verb)

220

LEGLIZ

church

221

DOKTÉ

doctor

222

PASTÉ

pastor

223

LEKÓL

school

224

PWOFESÉ

teacher

225

ANSANM

together

226

LAJAN/KÓB

money

227

MACHIN

vehicle: car/ truck/ bus/ machine

228

ANLÉ

up

229

SOU

on/ to be drunk

230

ANBA

under

231

ASE

enough

232

KÓMANSE

to begin/ start

233

KOUNYE A

now/ right now

234

DWE

ought to/ to owe

235

PATAJE

to share

236

KONDWI

to drive

237

VOLE

to fly (not on airplane)

238

VÓLÉ

to steal/ thief

239

SÓTI

to come from/ get out/ go out

240

JWÉT

game/ toy

241

RENMEN

to like/ to love

242

MOURI

to die/ dead

243

LAKAY

home (kay la - the house)

244

ZOUTI

tool

245

MOSO

piece

246

TOUJOU

always/ still (not to be still but to still do something)

247

PANSE

to think (verb)/ thought (noun)

248

KONPRANN

to understand

249

RANJE

to fix/ to arrange

250

TOUT

all : tout moun - everyone/ everybody / tout bagay - everything

251

What time does he start his job?

Ki lè kòmanse travay li?

252

I want a piece of that.

M’ vle moso nan sa.

253

My children love to play together.

Timoun mwen yo renmen jwe ansanm. (yo = plural)

254

Share the toys with them.

Pataje jwèt yo ak yo.

255

You drive my car well.

Ou kondwit machine m’ byen.

256

Ki kote ou vle manje kounyeya?

Where do you want to eat now?

257

Ki lè l’ ye?

What time is it? [Ki lel ye]

258

Poukisa ou pale avè l’?

Why do you speak to him/her?

259

Ki moun sa?

Who is it?

260

Kisa ou di mwen?

What did you say to me?

261

You have enough games.

Ou gen jwèt ase.

262

She steals my things.

Li vòlè bagay m’.

263

It’s under my house.

Li sa anba kay la m’.

264

I need to buy some handbags.

Mwen bezwen achte kèk valiz.

265

You ought to do that for her.

Ou dwe fè sa pou l’.

266

Sòti la!

Exit there.

267

Konbyen nan nou renmen timoun?

How many from us do love children? (I do!)

268

Al lakay ou!

Go to your home!

269

Ou toujou panse sa.

You still think about that.

270

Mwen konn ki lè ou ranje bagay la.

I know when you fix the stuff.

271

Byen mési - e ou menm?

Well - thanks - and yourself?

272

Tré byen - mési.

Very well - thanks.

273

M'ale - n'a wé pi ta.

I'm out (I go) - we'll see each other later.

274

Bonswa madanm.

Good afternoon/evening/night

275

ma'am

miss.