Haitian Creole

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a creole language spoken by most Haitians

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Open Gate: An Anthology of Haitian Creole Poetry is divided into three sections--The Pioneers, The Society of Fireflies, and The New Generation--that trace the chronological development of Haitian Kreyol poetry from the 1950s to the 1990s.
Gengel made many trips to Haiti, and even became conversant in Haitian Creole.
Pierre represents thousands of typical young Haitian adults who have grown up speaking Haitian Creole at home but English elsewhere.
Other languages found include Basque, Haitian Creole and even Swahili, the paper said.
It was led by Pennsylvania State University biologist Blair Hedges, who brought along one of his graduate students, Philadelphia journalist Faye Flam, Dominican freelance photographer-naturalist Miguel Landestoy, a videographer, and a botanist with some knowledge of Haitian Creole.
Secretary Clinton pointed out that the retirees spoke more than 55 languages, from Nepalese to Haitian Creole, and that one retiree, David Dunn, once used his language skill to translate for Mother Theresa on her visit to Burundi, where she established one of her first AIDS orphanages.
Wrapping up a theatrical weekend, Yemen Blues takes the stage at Webster Hall Sunday as part of GlobalFest 2012, where lead singer Ravid Kalahani will no doubt rock out (or, more likely, chant) in Yemenite Arabic, Hebrew, and even Haitian Creole (Jan.
WITH A RICHLY DIVERSE POPULATION OF MORE than 5 million, metropolitan Miami offers great cuisine and a variety of cultural activities, with Spanish and Haitian Creole among the most widely spoken languages.
Library of the Future award for its highly successful technology training sessions offered in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole.
Children, Let's Read" is the translation of Ti Moun Annou Li, a Haitian Creole call to action, and is the name of a new program that is being run in five pediatric medical sites in Haiti since February 2010, less than a month after January 2010's devastating earthquake leveled Port-au-Prince and surrounding towns.
She's volunteering with an organization that helps children with disabilities, PAZAPA, which in Haitian Creole means "step by step.
The languages that Google Translate supports include minority languages such as Welsh and Haitian Creole, and the addition of Latin is sure to please scholars and traditionalists.
It's not listed as one of the 57 languages for translation on Google translator (Maltese, Yiddish and Haitian Creole do make it).
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