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Beyoncé - Creole (Japan Edition Bonus), Album: B'Day Deluxe Edition(2007), Columbia Records (SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT) Verse 1 Baby I see you That look in your eyes Hips that keep shaking Mysterious style Exotically tempting Familar to me That creole sexy It's all over me. Bridge (2x) So all my red bones get on the floor And all my yellow bones get on the floor And all my brown bones get on the floor Then you mix it up and you call it Creole Chorus 1 Creole! When I look real good Creole! Whenever I talk real good Creole! Whenever I bounce real good Just incase you wanna, it's the secret Chorus 2 Creole! When she look that good Creole! Whenever she talk that good Creole! Whenever she bounce that good Ladies if you wanna, it's the secret Creole! Break Bad, bad, bad, bad yellow bone Bad, bad, bad, bad red bone Bad, bad, bad, bad brown bone Bad, bad, bad to the bone Verse 2 For all of my brown bones That make a good broth And all of my red bones That make a good sauce The yellow bone flavor Is familar to me Mix it all together It's a delicacy Bridge (2x) So all my red bones get on the floor And all my yellow bones get on the floor And all my brown bones get on the floor Then you mix it up and you call it Creole Chorus 1 Creole! When I look real good Creole! Whenever I talk real good Creole! Whenever I bounce real good Just incase you wanna, it's the secret Chorus 2 Creole! When she look that good Creole! Whenever she talk that good Creole! Whenever she bounce that good Ladies if you wanna, it's the secret Creole! Break (2x) Bad, bad, bad, bad yellow bone Bad, bad, bad, bad red bone Bad, bad, bad, bad brown bone Bad, bad, bad to the bone Chorus 1 Creole! When I look real good Creole! Whenever I talk real good Creole! Whenever I bounce real good Just incase you wanna, it's the secret Chorus 2 Creole! When she look that good Creole! Whenever she talk that good Creole! Whenever she bounce that good Ladies if you wanna, it's the secret Creole! Break Bad, bad, bad, bad yellow bone Bad, bad, bad, bad red bone Bad, bad, bad, bad brown bone Bad, bad, bad to the bone
Renella Jones, a Louisiana Creole Woman speaks in Creole French. Please Like & Subscribe! We thank you very much! Send us an E-mail: info🤍louisiane.org Become our Supporter on Patreon! 🤍 Clip from Le bijou sur le Bayou Teche: 🤍 Cajun French, Cajun Accent, Louisiana French, Louisiana Accent, Creole French, Creole Accent, Louisiana Creole
What`s the difference between Creoles and Pidgins? In this video I examine how Pidgin languages and Creole languages develop, and how they are different from each other. Are you learning a language? One great resource to check out is Innovative Language podcast programs: 🤍 Support Langfocus on Patreon: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Music: Accralate - The Dark Contenent by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Intro music: "Champ" by Gunnar Olsen, Youtube Audio Library. Outro music: "Circular" by Gunnar Olsen.
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Creole · Charlie Hunter · Mos Def Songs From The Analog Playground ℗ A Capitol Records Release; ℗ 2001 Capitol Records, Inc. Released on: 2001-01-01 Composer Lyricist: Charlie Hunter Composer Lyricist: Dante Smith Auto-generated by YouTube.
This video is all about Haitian Creole, the main language of Haiti. It is the most widely spoken Creole language in the world! Try learning Haitian Creole with Pimsleur: 🤍 They now have affordable monthly subscriptions for either one language, or all 51 languages (for $1 more). If you join through the above link, Langfocus gets a small referral fee that helps support this channel (at no extra cost to you). Special thanks to Gedias Bathlette for his audio samples and additional help! Check out Langfocus on Patreon 🤍 Current Patreon members include these fantastic people: Brandon Gonzalez, Виктор Павлов, Mark Thesing, Jiajun "Jeremy" Liu, иктор Павлов, Guillermo Jimenez, Sidney Frattini Junior, Bennett Seacrist, Ruben Sanchez, Michael Cuomo, Eric Garland, Brian Michalowski, Sebastian Langshaw, Vadim Sobolev, FRANCISCO, Mohammed A. Abahussain, Fred, UlasYesil, JL Bumgarner, Rob Hoskins, Thomas A. McCloud, Ian Smith, Maurice Chow, Matthew Cockburn, Raymond Thomas, Simon Blanchet, Ryan Marquardt, Sky Vied, Romain Paulus, Panot, Erik Edelmann, Bennet, James Zavaleta, Ulrike Baumann, Ian Martyn, Justin Faist, Jeff Miller, Stephen Lawson, Howard Stratton, George Greene, Panthea Madjidi, Nicholas Gentry, Sergios Tsakatikas, Bruno Filippi, Sergio Tsakatikas, Qarion, Pedro Flores, Raymond Thomas, Marco Antonio Barcellos Junior, David Beitler, Rick Gerritzen, Sailcat, Mark Kemp, Éric Martin, Leo Barudi, Piotr Chmielowski, Suzanne Jacobs, Johann Goergen, Darren Rennels, Caio Fernandes, Iddo Berger, Peter Nikitin, Brent Werner, Fiona de Visser, Carl Saloga, Edward Wilson, Kevin Law, David Lecount, Joshua Philgarlic, Thomas Mitchell, Mahmoud Hashemi, and Fatimahl for their generous Patreon support. Music: "In Case You Forgot" by Otis McDonald. Outro: "Groovy Hip Hop" by Bensounds.com
Compagnie Créole – Ça fait rire les oiseaux (Clip Officiel) Abonnez-vous à la chaîne officielle de La Compagnie Créole : 🤍 Ecoutez le meilleur de La Compagnie Créole : 🤍 —————————————— ÇA FAIT RIRE LES OISEAUX (Daniel Vangarde, Jean Kluger) BLEU BLANC ROUGE EDITIONS, ZAGORA PAROLES : Ça fait rire les oiseaux, ça fait chanter les abeilles Ça chasse les nuages et fait briller le soleil Ça fait rire les oiseaux et danser les écureuils Ça rajoute des couleurs aux couleurs de l'arc-en-ciel Ça fait rire les oiseaux oh, oh, oh, rire les oiseaux Ça fait rire les oiseaux, oh, oh, oh, rire les oiseaux Une chanson d'amour, c'est comme un looping en avion Ça fait battre le cœur des filles et des garçons Une chanson d'amour c'est l'oxygène dans la maison Tes pieds touchent plus par terre, t'es en lévitation Si y a d'la pluie dans ta vie, si le soir te fait peur La musique est là pour ça Y a toujours une mélodie pour des jours meilleurs Allez, tape dans tes mains, ça porte bonheur C'est magique, un refrain qu'on reprend tous en chœur Et ça fait rire les oiseaux, ça fait chanter les abeilles Ça chasse les nuages et fait briller le soleil Ça fait rire les oiseaux et danser les écureuils Ça rajoute des couleurs aux couleurs de l'arc-en-ciel Ça fait rire les oiseaux oh, oh, oh, rire les oiseaux T'es revenu chez toi la tête pleine de souvenirs Des soirs au clair de lune, des moments de plaisir T'es revenu chez toi et tu veux déjà repartir Pour trouver l'aventure qui n'arrête pas de finir Si y a du gris dans ta nuit, des larmes dans ton cœur La musique est là pour ça Y a toujours une mélodie pour des jours meilleurs Allez, tape dans tes mains, ça porte bonheur C'est magique, un refrain qu'on reprend tous en chœur Et ça fait rire les oiseaux, ça fait chanter les abeilles Ça chasse les nuages et fait briller le soleil Ça fait rire les oiseaux et danser les écureuils Ça rajoute des couleurs aux couleurs de l'arc-en-ciel Ça fait rire les oiseaux oh, oh, oh, rire les oiseaux Et ça fait rire les oiseaux, ça fait chanter les abeilles Ça chasse les nuages et fait briller le soleil Ça fait rire les oiseaux et danser les écureuils Ça rajoute des couleurs aux couleurs de l'arc-en-ciel Ça fait rire les oiseaux oh, oh, oh, rire les oiseaux Et ça fait rire les oiseaux, ça fait chanter les abeilles Ça chasse les nuages et fait briller le soleil Ça fait rire les oiseaux et danser les écureuils Ça rajoute des couleurs aux couleurs de l'arc-en-ciel Ça fait rire les oiseaux oh, oh, oh, rire les oiseaux Ça fait rire les oiseaux, oh, oh, oh, rire les oiseaux #LaCompagnieCreole #CaFaitRireLesOiseaux
In the southern US state of #Louisiana, #Cajuns make up nearly 10% of the population. Although #Creole is spoken less with each passing generation, some are fighting to preserve the language and keep their #traditions alive. FRANCE 24's Fanny Allard, Kethevane Gorjestani report. 🔔 Subscribe to France 24 now: 🤍 🔴 LIVE - Watch FRANCE 24 English 24/7 here: 🤍 🌍 Read the latest International News and Top Stories: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Discover the news in pictures on Instagram: 🤍
Ever wondered the difference between French from France and Créole from the Martinique? In today's Youtube Short you can listen to some differences between French and Créole from the Martinique Island. Collaboration with French Class NYC 😄 Bisou Bisou 💋 Support us and get exclusive member benefits: 🤍 TAKE YOUR FRENCH TO THE NEXT LEVEL My French Course ► 🤍 Test Yourself ► 🤍 My YouTube ► 🤍 My Blog ► 🤍 Support me on Patreon ► 🤍 My Spotify ► 🤍 GET SOCIAL WITH ALEXA AND HER STUDENTS Instagram ► 🤍 TikTok ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 YouTube Community ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 LinkedIn ► 🤍 Newsletter ► 🤍 'Practice your French' Facebook Group ► 🤍 SHOP ALEXA'S RECOMMENDATIONS & MERCHANDISE Alexa's Recommendations ► 🤍 Merch ► 🤍 T-shirts ► 🤍 MORE ABOUT LEARN FRENCH WITH ALEXA'S 'HOW TO SPEAK' FRENCH VIDEO LESSONS Alexa Polidoro is a real French teacher with many years experience of teaching French to adults and children at all levels. People from all over the world enjoy learning how to speak French with Alexa's popular online video and audio French lessons. They're fun, friendly and stress-free! It's like she's actually sitting there with you, helping you along... Your very own personal French tutor. Please Like, Share and Subscribe if you enjoyed this video. Merci et Bisou Bisou xx Ready to take your French to the next level? Visit ► 🤍 to try out Alexa's popular French courses.
Bertrhude Albert, Ph.D. helps you learn the basics of Haitian-Creole in this video. Accompanying Worksheet may be found here: 🤍 Check out p4hglobal.org for ways to get involved with sustainable projects in Haiti. To join us in empowering Haitian educators by becoming a P4H Advocate, visit 🤍 Learn more about us! Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - p4hglobal
Welcome to my channel! This is Andy from I love languages. Let's learn different languages/dialects together. Please feel free to subscribe to see more of this. I hope you have a great day! Stay happy! Please support me on Patreon! 🤍 Please support me on Ko-fi 🤍 Haitian Creole commonly referred to as simply Creole, or Kreyòl in the Creole language, is a French-based creole language spoken by 10–12 million people worldwide, and is one of the two official languages of Haiti (the other being French), where it is the native language of a majority of the population. Northern, Central, and Southern dialects are the three main dialects of Haitian Creole. The Northern dialect is predominantly spoken in Cap-Haïtien, Central is spoken in Port-au-Prince, and Southern in the Cayes area. If you are interested to see your native language/dialect be featured here. Submit your recordings to otipeps24🤍gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you!
This video will teach you how to say that you want, need, or have something in Haitian Creole. It's a simple, user-friendly language!! To join us in empowering Haitian educators by becoming a P4H advocate, visit 🤍 Learn more about us! Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - p4hglobal
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Many people often use the terms Cajun and Louisiana Creole interchangeably, and although there are many historical, linguistic, and cultural similarities between the two groups, they are very distinct in other ways. In this video we are going to be delving into the history of the Cajuns and Creole people that live in the modern American state of Louisiana, and why and how they both came to be. Please share your thoughts on the two groups in the comments section down below! Thanks for watching! Footage of the Louisiana bayou: 🤍
Welcome to my channel! This is Andy from I love languages. Let's learn different languages/dialects together. Please feel free to subscribe to see more of this. I hope you have a great day! Stay happy! Please support me on Patreon! 🤍 Please support me on Ko-fi 🤍 An English-based creole language (often shortened to English creole) is a creole language for which English was the lexifier, meaning that at the time of its formation, the vocabulary of English served as the basis for the majority of the creole's lexicon. Most English creoles were formed in British colonies, following the great expansion of British naval military power and trade in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. The main categories of English-based creoles are the Atlantic (the Americas and Africa) and the Pacific (Asia and Oceania). If you are interested to see your native language/dialect be featured here. Submit your recordings to otipeps24🤍gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you!
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#ancestry #findingyourroots #ancestrydna #dnatest #louisiana #nativeamerican #creole #familyhistory #genealogy #mardigras The documentary- series "Finding Lola" is done, but is the journey over? I sat down with my friend, Creole art collector and historian, Jeremy Simien to talk to ask the real question: who gets to be Creole? Who is Creole? We discuss the family members who crossed the color line, the hurt from losing family white passing, and the incredible pieces that come together to create Creole culture. I'm asking: am I Creole? Grab your own Ancestry DNA test now*! : 🤍 Connect with me on FB! 🤍 Want to support this project? 🤍 Want to rewatch any of "Finding Lola"? Here's the series: Watch the Episode 1 that started the whole journey: 🤍 Watch Episode 2 here: 🤍 Watch Episode 3 here: 🤍 Watch Episode 4 here: 🤍 Come join me on a new docu-series that explores identity, racial tensions in the South during the 20th century, and the unique experiences of those who historically called Louisiana home. My name is Danielle Romero, and all my life, I have romanticized Louisiana. Growing up in New York, it represented a place where I could step back the sepia-toned life of my great grandmother, Lola Perot, who died before I was born. Now, it was time to go back to Louisianaalthough I had no idea what the truth would be or what questions to ask-who was Lola really? Who were we? *Amazon links are affiliate links. If buy something through these links, we may earn affiliate commission. Thank you for supporting this project!
Haitian Creole vs French Speakers - Is Haitian Creole similar to French? Are they similar enough to be mutually intelligible? We run a language experiment to find out. In this video, you'll also hear different varieties of the French language (Canadian French, Louisiana French, and French spoken in France) Haitian Creole is a French-based creole language spoken by 10–12 million people worldwide, and its the official language of Haiti. It is called kreyòl ayisyen or just kreyòl by its speakers, and créole haïtien in Standard French. 📝 Contribute to the translation of this video → 🤍 Support the Work of 🤍Ecolinguist: My name is Norbert Wierzbicki and I am the creator of this channel. ☕️Buy me a Coffee → 🤍 (I appreciate every donation no matter how big or small🤠) 📱Instagram: 🤍the.ecolinguist 🤓🇵🇱👨🏫 Book a Polish Lesson with Norbert → 🤍 (language conversation practice) Contact details for the guests of the show are: 🇭🇹👩🏽🦱The host of today's show → Saskia St-Rome 📱Instagram: 🤍saintsask The Participants: Marc Vommir - web developer and photographer 🇨🇦🎥YouTube Channel: → 🤍 📱Instagram: 🤍vommir (You must follow him!! 😎 He posts really great photos! 📸) Christophe Landry - historian and researcher 🇺🇸🎥 YouTube Channel: → 🤍ChristopheLandryPhD → youtube.com/user/criollokid80 📱Instagram: 🤍christophe_landry_phd Alexis Barranger - language vlogger 🇫🇷🎥 YouTube Channel → 🤍 📱Instagram: 🤍beren.garius 🎥Recommended videos: 🇧🇸💬🇬🇧 Bahamian Creole vs English speakers → 🤍 🇫🇷🇮🇹🇧🇷🇲🇽French Language | Can Italian, Spanish and Portuguese speakers understand? → 🤍 🤓 Latin Language Spoken | Can Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian speakers understand it? → 🤍 🇷🇴🇨🇦🇲🇽 Romanian Language | Can Spanish and French speakers understand it? → 🤍 🤓 Sardinian Language | Can Italian, French, and Spanish speakers understand it? → 🤍 🤓Catalan Language | Can Spanish and French speakers understand? → 🤍 🇮🇹🤓Trentino Dialect | Can Spanish, Catalan, and Portuguese speakers understand it? → 🤍 🇮🇹🇧🇷🇲🇽Italian Language | Can Spanish and Portuguese speakers understand? → 🤍 🇧🇷🇲🇽🇮🇹Brazilian Portuguese | Can Spanish and Italian speakers understand? → 🤍 🤠🇧🇷🇲🇽Norbert speaking Spanish to Polyglot Erika - a Brazilian Portuguese speaker. → 🤍 Romance Languages Comparison Playlist → 🤍 🤗 Big hug for everyone reading my video descriptions! You rock! 🤓💪🏻 #creole
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Go to 🤍 for 15% off your order! Brought to you by Raycon. I’ve been spending some time learning Haitian Creole, the language of Haiti, aka Kreyòl Ayisyen, and then I decided to go and practice with total strangers in public and here’s what happened when a white guy speaks Creole. In case you’re interested, Creole is based on French but it’s as different from French as English is from French! So…let’s go to Little Haiti in Brooklyn and practice our Creole! 0:00 Introduction 1:12 Sponsored by Raycon 2:24 Shopping for jewelry 3:58 In the outdoor Haitian market bargaining for tea 5:35 Haitians teach me how to cook Haitian food 7:41 Buying Haitian patties in the Haitian bakery 9:08 American tries Haitian food and drink for the first time 9:48 Visiting an authentic Haitian restaurant 10:54 Speaking Jamaican patois at a jerk chicken stand 13:19 Conclusion LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE WITH MY METHOD! ✉️ Join my newsletter and discover how I pick up new languages quickly (and learn how you can do the same): 👉🏼 🤍 📚 Check out my Street-Smart Language courses: 👉🏼 🤍 Subscribe to my channel: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Follow me on Facebook: 🤍 If you guys like the music in my videos, you can check out all the AMAZING music Epidemic Sound has at my affiliate link here: 🤍
In the U.S. state of Louisiana, there exists a unique multiethnic people group known popularly as the Louisiana Creoles. They descend from the inhabitants of colonial Louisiana before it became a part of the United States and currently makeup a significant portion of the populations of the Greater New Orleans region and Acadiana. After the establishment of the French colony of Louisiana, many European settlers, particularly those of French, German, and Swiss descent, were encouraged by the French government to immigrate to Louisiana as part of efforts to increase the colony's population. During this time, the French government also recruited young Frenchwomen, known popularly as casket girls or pelican girls, to go to the colony to be wed to colonial soldiers and other male residents of French Louisiana. Some Native American tribes formed alliances with French Louisiana and provided mutual protection from hostile non-allied tribes and incursions on French & Indian land from enemy European powers. In the late 1710s, many enslaved peoples of African descent were imported to French Louisiana. The majority of these slaves were from modern-day Senegal, Mali, and Benin and were members of the Wolof, Bambara, and Yoruba ethnic groups. During the final stages of the French and Indian War with the New England colonies, French Louisiana was ceded to Spain. The Spanish colonial government encouraged the migration of thousands of French-speaking Acadian refugees from Canada to Southern Louisiana. Later on, these Acadian refugees came to be known as the "Cajuns". Under Spanish rule, many Spanish-speaking Canary Islanders also migrated from the Spanish controlled Canary Islands to Louisiana and were referred to as the "Isleños". During the Haitian revolution, floods of Dominican Creole refugees fled from Saint-Domingue and poured into Louisiana, particularly New Orleans. The Dominican Creoles also further reinforced the influence of French culture and language in Louisiana. The term "Creole" has been historically used to refer to people born in Louisiana or other French colonies in the Americas, regardless of their ethnicity. Today, the term "Creole" is used to refer to Louisianians of mixed heritage who have significant amounts of African ancestry and have been greatly influenced by the French language, culture, customs, and the Roman Catholic faith. Most Louisiana Creoles now identify as African Americans, but still retain their distinct cultural identity. Some rural Cajuns in Southern Louisiana still refer to themselves as Creoles, however, instances such as these are becoming less common in recent times. The Louisiana Creole people have historically spoken Louisiana French, which is a regional dialect of the French language that is still mutually intelligible with mainstream French. The Louisiana Creole people have also historically spoken Kouri-Vini, which is a French-based creole language that is heavily influenced by many African languages, Spanish, and Native American languages. Kouri-Vini has diverged significantly from standard French and is not considered a dialect of the French language. It is currently spoken by fewer than 10,000 people and is now considered an endangered language. A small minority are active practitioners of Louisiana Voodoo, a religion that arose through a process of syncretism between the traditional religions of West Africa, Roman Catholic Christianity, and Haitian Voodoo. During the 19th century, many Creole women dominated the leadership of Voodoo in New Orleans and made a living from selling and administering amulets, charms, talismans, magic potions, and Voodoo dolls. One well known practitioner of Louisiana Voodoo was Marie Catherine Laveau, a prominent 19th century herbalist and midwife who was widely referred to as the "queen of Voodoo". The Louisiana Creoles are also well known for Zydeco, which is a unique music genre that incorporates elements of blues, rock and roll, soul music, swamp pop, jazz, Creole folk music, and Cajun music. Amédé Ardoin, who was a prominent Creole musician known for his high singing voice and mastery over the Cajun accordion, is credited by Louisiana music scholars with laying the groundwork for both Creole and Cajun music in the early 20th century and for writing several songs that are now regarded as zydeco standards. Timestamps: Introduction - 0:00 French Settlers in Louisiana - 0:20 Native Americans in Louisiana - 1:10 Africans in Louisiana - 1:40 Louisiana under Spanish rule - 2:11 Saint Domingue (Haitian) Creole Refugees - 2:46 Modern Creole Identity - 3:27 Louisiana French - 4:22 Kouri-Vini - 4:45 Spoken Sample of Kouri-Vini - 5:27 Religion - 5:42 Louisiana Voodoo - 5:50 Marie Laveau - 6:04 Creole Cuisine - 6:29 Creole Jambalaya - 6:45 Creole Music - 6:57 Amédé Ardoin - 7:11 Attribution: Channel - 🤍 Video - 🤍
In a story that pre-dates America, the multi-ethnic French Creoles of Cane River in Northwest Louisiana identify themselves as somewhere between white or black racial lines. This program recounts the Cane River Creole struggle: from colonial French Louisiana to today's Creole led multicultural renaissance-against the notion of race as a deciding feature of a population. The program is a collaboration between Emmy award-winning filmmaker Bill Rodman and Executive Producer Flo R. Ulmer.
YOUPI CREOLE TV is sharing the basic of the Haitian Creole language, which are our very own Haitian Creole alphabets. Watch our previous alphabets video and notice the difference in each letters. The English alphabets consist of 26 letters as for the Creole alphabets with 32 letters. Click the link to subscribe for more! 🤍 © Copyright 2022. All Rights Reserved. Any illegal reproduction of this content in any form will result in immediate action against the person concerned.Click the link to subscribe for more!
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I’ve been spending some time learning Haitian Creole, the language of Haiti, aka Kreyòl Ayisyen, and then I decided to go and practice with total strangers in public and here’s what happened when a white guy speaks Creole. In case you’re interested, Creole is based on French but it’s as different from French as English is from French! So…let’s go to Little Haiti in Brooklyn and practice our Creole! Original video: 🤍 LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE WITH MY METHOD! ✉️ Join my newsletter and discover how I pick up new languages quickly (and learn how you can do the same): 👉🏼 🤍 📚 Check out my Street-Smart Language courses: 👉🏼 🤍 Subscribe to my channel: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Follow me on Facebook: 🤍 If you guys like the music in my videos, you can check out all the AMAZING music Epidemic Sound has at my affiliate link here: 🤍
#Roadto1k #HaitianCreole #HaitianCulture *The subtitles will be up in the next 24 hours* Salut le peuple! ❤️ In today's video, I'll be teaching you the basics of Haitian Creole. You'll learn the alphabet, the days of the week, the months of the year and different kinds of greetings. I hope you find this video useful! Don't forget to leave a comment, share & SUBSCRIBE xx TIMESTAMPS: Alphabet 1:30 Numbers 0-10 5:40 Days of the week 6:40 Months of the year 7:15 Greetings 8:00 MY INSTAGRAM: Instagram.com/hermanthaa.l Have you checked my previous videos? BIG CHOP ON TYPE 4 HAIR: Going natural after 12 years of relaxer 🤍 READING YOUR ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT ME! (Plus a mini q&a) 🤍 MY HAITIAN GRANDMA GIVES WOMEN DATING ADVICE 🤍 HAITIAN STYLE PLANTAIN BURGERS 🤍 VLOG #2: Nails, errands and wash day! 🤍 MY 93 YEAR OLD HAITIAN GRANDMA RATES MY OUTFITS 🇭🇹 ⎮Hermantha 🤍 HOW TO BE CONFIDENT & HAVE SELF-LOVE | Hermantha 🤍 MISSGUIDED SUMMER/FALL HAUL 2020 🤍 VLOG #1 | MY COUSIN’S SURPRISE COVID BDAY 🤍 I ALMOST DIED - My near death experience 🤍 ANOTHER BLACK OWNED BRAND : Touch Radiance 🤍 4 BLACK OWNED BEAUTY BRANDS YOU NEED TO KNOW 🤍 L'HISTOIRE DU CRÉOLE HAÏTIEN EN 10 MINUTES 🤍 Bean Boozled Challenge ft Ruth & Edieuna 🤍 10 minute Haitian Creole History Crash Course 🤍 FashionNova x PrettyLittleThing Haul: 🤍 Song Association Game With Aurélie: 🤍 Why People Walk All Over You: 🤍 - ABOUT ME Country: Canada Ethnicity: Haitian Age: 23 I speak French, English, Haitian Creole & Spanish! Isaiah 40:31 “but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.”
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THANKS FOR WATCHING!! ❤️ STAY BLESSED & TRUE TO YOURSELF ! Intro Song/Outro: Petit Deyo - KLASS * click (720) FOR BEST HD QUALITY * ↓ About Me ↓ Name: Ki Alexis Age: 20 Favorite Color: the Rainbow 🌈 ! Zodiac: Gemini P.S : I FREAKIN’ LOVE SUNFLOWERS ! - I DO NOT OWN ANY RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC IN THE BACKGROUND #HaitianCreole #HowTo - Social Media - Instagram: svnflowersovl Twitter: itsonliealexis 📩BUSINESS INQ: kialexis016🤍gmail.com - What I Use - camera: iPhone 8+ editing software: iMovie/Vont
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