Editors Choice – Best Haitian Creole Language Books
Teach Yourself Haitian Creole is the ultimate proven technique for you to master Haitian Creole in less than 3 months. This incredible book will guide you gradually from recognizing Creole alphabet, identifying the words and learning how to pronounce them easily with our Free Mp3 Audio Bonus. Teach Yourself Haitian Creole is not just another book for learning phrases, words, verbs and vocabulary.
This amazing book will show you the hidden technique behind the languages and will give you the tools to learn it in a very short time. You will have everything you need to master the language, you just need to pay attention and follow the instructions given in this incredible book. The author of Teach Yourself Haitian Creole has acquired these skills throughout the years by learning more than 10 languages so far. Teach Yourself Haitian Creole is the product of his learning experience. Hundreds of people have already learned using this method; it is your time to learn now.
Teach Yourself Haitian Creole consists of 10 lessons Taking you from recognizing the alphabet and its combinations, learning how to read and write Haitian Creole, even when you do not understand it yet working language patterns and tense construction. Walking out systematically to improve your skills and getting you to the final goal of “Speaking, reading, writing and understanding Haitian Creole”. At the end, you will find yourself reading gospel messages in Haitian Creole.
Why is Haitian Creole an important language to learn?
Have you ever thought about traveling to the Dominican Republic or the nearby area of Haiti on Hispaniola Island? If you have, or if you have thought about giving Cuba a chance, then you really need to start learning how to speak Haitian Creole. This language is based on the French language and was created by the French colonists and African slaves on the sugarcane plantations in Haiti. While it is one of the official languages of Haiti, it is also spoken by hundreds of thousands of people in Cuba. One thing that you must know about this language is that you should never ignore the accents on the letters, as you are speaking or writing them. The reasoning for this is due to the same letters being used to form words that look similar but mean something completely different. This language is quite important to know, because people all over the world are now speaking it, either as their only language or a second language. A few places where you will see it the most in the United States is down in southern Florida and the northeastern states. Once you learn this language, people will look to you for guidance as they meet people who only speak Haitian Creole and have no idea how to talk to them in their language. Your skills will be in demand and that can only mean good things for your future.
Learn to speak Haitian Creole
This course includes Lessons 1-10 from the Haitian Creole Level 1 program – 5 hours of audio-only effective language learning with real-life spoken practice sessions. Get a chance to test drive the incredibly effective and efficient, world-famous Pimsleur Level 1 Program.
Oxford Picture Dictionary English-Haitian Creole Edition is organized within 12 thematic units, including Everyday Language, People, Housing, Food and Recreation. Each unit starts with an Intro page (new to this edition) and ends with a story page, with single or double-page sub-topics introducing new words in a realistic visual context and easy-to-learn “chunks.”
If you are travelling to Haiti to help with the relief effort or to aid in its rebuilding, Haitian Creole Phrasebook is your must-have resource. In addition to featuring content specifically related to relief and rebuilding, this book also covers the basic topics such as introducing yourself, asking for directions, giving instructions, or asking for information.
The bilingual dictionary contains more than 4,000 entries, including all essential daily vocabulary. The phrasebook deals with almost every situation likely to be encountered by travelers, including basic greetings, making hotel reservations, and ordering in restaurants, as well as health care and emergencies.