There are numerous websites for learning to speak Creole, including MyLanguageExchange.com, MangoLanguages.com, Omniglot.com and HaitiHub.com. The language learning software Pimsleur offers lessons in MP3 and CD formats. More »

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Ways to learn how to speak Haitian Creole include buying a language program, taking lessons at a local college or university, and searching websites such as YouTube for video lessons. Most language lessons charge a fee, ... More »

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Learn to speak Haitian Creole conversationally at HatianHub's online modules or by using the resources available from Mango Languages or Simon & Schuster. Simon & Schuster sells lessons in Haitian Creole that use the Pim... More »

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Ways to learn how to speak Haitian Creole include buying a language program, taking lessons at a local college or university, and searching websites such as YouTube for video lessons. Most language lessons charge a fee, ... More »

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When beginning to learn Creole, start by learning some phrases and study with a native speaker through a language exchange program. A language exchange program offers the advantage of teaching casual expressions common t... More »

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Two online resources for translating Creole into English are Translate.google.com and Imtranslator.net, which allow a user to translate words, phrases or sentences from one language to another, including English and Hait... More »

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Creole seasoning is a mixture of paprika, dried oregano, ground black pepper, kosher salt, cayenne pepper, granulated onion, dried thyme and granulated garlic. It may also contain dried basil. Once combined, the seasonin... More »