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JunYiWee1

Jun Yi Wee

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Learning Haitian Creole from English

Level 6 · 701 XP

Crowns: 5/216

Skills: 2

Lessons: 6

Lexemes: 32

Strength: 100%

Created: 2019-05-10
Last Goal: 2023-10-26
Timezone: UTC+8

Last update: 2023-10-26 07:43:59 GMT+3 (cached)


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Haitian Creole Skills by StrengthCrownsNameOriginal Order

  • ••• 41 Basics11 @ 100% 0
  • ••• 41 Food 121 @ 100% 0
  • ••• 50 Greetings31 @ 50% 50
  • ••• 50 Yes & No32 100
  • ••• 50 Never41 100
  • ••• 50 Who's Who?51 100

    The definite determiners in Creole are the singular la (with variants "lan", "nan", "a", "an") and the plural yo.

    -The basic variant "la" occurs after non-nasal consonants

    -The forms "lan" or "nan" occur after nasal consonants The variant "lan" also occurs after a nasal vowel that is followed by a non-nasal consonant (mont lan - the watch)

    -The variant "a" after oral vowels

    -The variant "an" after nasal vowels *The variant "an" also occurs after i and ou which are preceded by nasal consonant (pitim an- the millet)

  • ••• 50 Food 261 100
  • ••• 50 Animals71 100
  • ••• 50 Food 372 100
  • ••• 50 Ownership81 100
  • ••• 50 Food 491 100
  • ••• 50 Clothing 1101 100
  • ••• 50 Questions102 100

    Asking and answering questions

  • ••• 50 Verbs 1111 100
  • ••• 50 Clothing 2121 100
  • ••• 50 Activity 1122 100
  • ••• 50 Sizes 1131 100
  • ••• 50 The Past 1132 100
  • ••• 50 The Body 1141 100
  • ••• 50 The Past 2142 100
  • ••• 50 Family151 100

    Describing family

  • ••• 50 At Home 1152 100
  • ••• 50 Past Pain161 100
  • ••• 50 The Body 2171 100
  • ••• 50 Verbs 2181 100
  • ••• 50 People 1191 100
  • ••• 50 Days192 100
  • ••• 50 At Home 2201 100
  • ••• 50 Dine Out202 100
  • ••• 50 Months203 100
  • ••• 50 Adverbs 1211 100
  • ••• 50 Numbers 1212 100
  • ••• 50 Time 1221 100
  • ••• 50 Verbs 3231 100
  • ••• 50 Dine Out 2232 100
  • ••• 50 Time 2233 100
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Who's Who? 1 · 2022-03-21 ^

The definite determiners in Creole are the singular la (with variants "lan", "nan", "a", "an") and the plural yo.

-The basic variant "la" occurs after non-nasal consonants

-The forms "lan" or "nan" occur after nasal consonants The variant "lan" also occurs after a nasal vowel that is followed by a non-nasal consonant (mont lan - the watch)

-The variant "a" after oral vowels

-The variant "an" after nasal vowels *The variant "an" also occurs after i and ou which are preceded by nasal consonant (pitim an- the millet)

Questions 1 · 2023-02-16 ^

Asking and answering questions

Family 1 · 2022-07-02 ^

Describing family


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