3 Beginners - Class 5 3 Fruit: [frout] (fwi) apple [ap-èul] pòm (frans) apricot [ae-pri-kòt] (z) abriko berry [ber-i] grenn blueberry [blou-ber-i] blouberi cherry [tcher-i] seriz ape [grep] rezen lemon [lè-monn] sitron lime [laym] lacho live [òliv] oliv peach [pitch] pèch pear [pèr] pwar pineapple [payn-ap-l] anana plum [plonm] prin strawberry [strò-ber-i] frèz Meals, Dishes, and Drinks (Manje, Asyet & Bwason) Meals: [mihl] (repa) breakfast [brek-fast] (dejne) lunch [lohnch] (manje midi) dinner [din-èu] (dine, manje) or supper [sup- èu] (dine, manje) 1. What's for breakfast? [Wat's fòr brek-fast?] Cereal, eggs, and fruit. [Se-rey-al, ègz, ennd frout.] 1. What's for breakfast? [Wat's fòr brek-fast?] 2. What's for lunch? [Wat's fòr lohnch?] Cereal, eggs, and fruit. [Se-rey-al, ègz, ennd frout.] Hambergers, hot dogs, soup, and salad. [Ham-bèu-gèus, hat dògs, soup, ennd 2. What's sal-ad.] for lunch? [Wat's fòr lohnch?] Hambergers, hot dogs, soup, and salad. [Ham-bèu-gèus, hat dògs, soup, ennd 3. What's for dinner? [Wat's fòr din-èu?] sal-ad.] Steak and crayfish, rice and vegetables. [lstek ennd khre-fich, rays ennd 3. What's vedj-te-bls.] for dinner? [Wat's fòr din-èu?] Steak and crayfish, rice and vegetables. [lstek ennd khre-fich, rays ennd
4 Beginners - Class 5 4 Dishes: bottle [bòt-l] boutèy bowl [bowl] bòl cup kòp gode dish [dich] asyèt fork [fòrk] fouchèt glass [glas] vè jar [djar] bokal knife [nayf] kouto ladle [la-di] louch napkin [nap-kin] sèvyèt pan [penn] kasròl pitcher [pitch-èu] krich plate [plet] plat pot [pòt] po saucer [sòs-èur] soukoup spoon [spoun] kiyè tablecloth [te-bl-klòtf] nap tablespoon [te-bl-spoun] gwo kiyè teaspoon [ti-spoun] yon ti kiyè utensil [you-tenn-sil] istansil Drinks: beer [bir] byè coffee [k-òfi] kafe cognac [kon-yak] konyak cream [khrim] krèm juice [djyous] ji milk [milk] lèt orange juice [orandj djyous] zoranj ji soft drink [sòft drink] bwè mou rum [ronm] ronm tea [ti] te water [wa-tèu] dio whiskey [wis-ki] wiski wine [wayn] divem
5 Beginners - Class 5 5 Prepositions (Prepozisyons) In: Use in with years, seasons, months, and parts of the day. Also, use in with continents, countries, provinces, states, cities, buildings, rooms and some types of transportation, usually small. (Sèvi ak nan ak ane, sezon, mwa, ak kèk pati nan jounen an. Epitou, itilize nan ak kontinan, peyi yo, pwovens, eta, vil yo, bilding, chanm ak kèk kalite transpò, anjeneral piti.) Time Continents Countries Provinces States (Tan) (Kontinans) (Peyis) (Pwovens) (Etazini) In 2005 In Asia In Korea In Ontario In Florida In the summer In South America In Brazil In Normandy In Texas In January In Africa In the USA In Quebec In California In the afternoon In North America In Columbia In British Columbia In New York Cities Buildings Rooms Transportation (Vils) (Bildings) (Chanms) (Transpòtasyon) In Naples In the bank In the kitchen In the car In Miami In school In the living room In the taxi In Fort Myers In the hospital In the bedroom In a small boat In Ft. Lauderdale In the post office In the den On: Use on with days and dates, with streets, and with some types of transportation, usually big. (Sèvi ak sou ak jou ak dat, ak lari, ak kèk kalite transpò, anjeneral gwo.) Days & Dates Streets Big Transportation (Jou ak Dat) (Laris) (Big Transpòtasyon) on Tuesday on Main street on a train, on an airplane on New Year's Day on Tamiami Trail E on a bus, on a ship on May 6, 2014 on the corner on a bicycle
6 Beginners - Class 5 6 Prepositions - Continued: At: Use at with an exact point of time, with addresses, events, and with places someone goes to in daily life. (Sèvi ak nan ak yon pwen egzak la tan, ak adrès, evènman, ak kote yon moun ale nan nan lavi chak jou.) Time Addresses Events Common Places (Tan) (Adrès) (Evènman) (Andwa Komen) at 9:00 pm at 26 Main St. at a party at the post office at midnight at 20 Park Ave at a meeting at the doctor's at noon at 8833 Hwy 41 E. at a concert at the store More Examples (Plis Egzanps) at for a POINT in for an ENCLOSED SPACE on for a SURFACE at the corner in the garden on the wall at the bus stop in Naples on the ceiling at the door in Florida on the door at the top of the page in a box on the cover at the end of the road in my pocket on the floor at the entrance in my wallet on the carpet at the crossroads in a building on the menu at the party in a car on a page at home in the world on a bus at work in a taxi on a train at school in a helicopter on a plane at the university in a boat on a ship at college in an elevator on a bicycle, scooter at the top in the newspaper on a horse, elephant at the bottom in the sky on the radio, TV at the side in a row on the left, right at a reception in the bag on the way at the traffic lights in the water on the roof at the doctor's office in a room on a plate
7 Beginners - Class 5 7 PREPOSITIONS IN - ON - AT Exercise 1 / Egzèsis 1: Look at the pictures and use the correct pronoun and the right preposition: in, on or at. (Gade nan foto yo epi sèvi ak pwonon ki kòrèk la ak prepozisyon an dwa: nan, sou oswa nan.) 1. Where is Mary? 2. Where is the laundry? 3. Where is the pen? 4. Where is the clock? 5. Where is the woman? 6. Where are the horses? 7. Where is the boy? 8. Where is the lamp?
8 Beginners - Class 5 8 Exercise 1 - Continued: Where is the man standing? 10. Where is the fan? 11. Where is the girl? 12. Where are the books? Prepositions of Place (Preposiciones de Lugar) under in on over behind in front of or in back of to the right of between to the left of or next to or next to near far (from)
9 Beginners - Class 5 9 Exercise 2 / Egzèsis 2: Circle the correct preposition of place. (Sèk prepozisyon ki kòrèk la nan plas li.) Example: The car is (over, on, in) the garage. 1. The boy was (in, on, under) the pool first thing this morning. 2. The keys are (in, on, over) the table next to the ash tray. 3. The shoes are (between, under, in) the bed. 4. There is a good light (over, in, between) my desk. 5. They are sitting (on, over, in front of) the television. 6. The shed is (behind, over, under) my house. 7. There is a garden (between, opposite, in back of) my house. 8. The restaurant is (to the right of, across from, to the left of) the post office. 9. It is (across from, under, over) the post office. 10. The furniture store is (between, over, opposite) the Federal Express office. 11. It is (between, across from, in) the post office and the restaurant. 12. The house is (between, next to, over) the park. 13. I live (near, between, under) the center of town. 14. The post office is (between, over, to the left of) the school. 15. The theater is (far, in, in back of) from my home. 16. I sat (between, opposite, across from) my sister and my husband at the game. 17. The blue car is parked (between, next to, far from) three cars in the street. 18. The high school is (over, between, in front of) the swimming pool.
10 Beginners - Class 5 10 Prepositions of Movement (Prepozisyon nan Mouvman) to from into out of over under on off across through along around up down toward past The train runs along U.S. highway 24.
11 Beginners - Class 5 11 Exercise 3 / Egzèsis 3: Circle the correct preposition of movement. (Sèk prepozisyon ki kòrèk la nan mouvman.) Example: He ran (over, under, around) the green car. 1. I am going (to, from, over) the post office. 2. She is coming (to, from, into) home. 3. He walked (over, under, into) the post office. 4. They came (out of, over, under) their home. 5. I flew (under, on, over) the beach yesterday. 6. Go (down, up, under) the bridge and turn right. 7. Put the keys (in, on, under) the table by the lamp. 8. The cat jumped (off, into, out of) the bed. 9. Walk (across, down, over) the street to the restaurant. 10. She looked (around, over, through) the window. 11. I walked (under, along, over) the street. 12. They ran (around, over, along) the park until they were tired. 13. Go (toward, up, through) the stairs. 14. Go (down, into, out of) the stairs. 15. She drove north (along, around, toward) Fort Myers. 16. Renaud climbed (in, on, into) his bicycle and went for a ride. 17. Celita walked (in, around, out of) her office and went to lunch. 18. The dog jumped (past, off, through) the couch. 19. Laurette is not going (to, from, over) the birthday party this weekend. 20 He ran (toward, through, under) the blue car.
12 Beginners - Class 5 12 Homework (Devwa): Circle the correct preposition. (Sèk prepozisyon ki kòrèk la.) Example: Mia put her keys (under, around, next to) the lamp on the table. 1. The computer printer is (in, by, on) the table (next to, on, past) the computer. 2. Osse and Pierre stood (next to, across, up) the tree waiting for the rain to stop. 3. I didn't see the mail box even though I was standing right (on, in, next to) it. 4. Everybody was sitting (on, in, at) the table waiting for dinner to be served. 5. Each evening, the dog sits (next to, over, far from) the dinner table begging for food. 6. Celita was sitting (in, on, at) the computer doing homework. 7. I asked the woman standing (under, next to, at) me on the bus where I could get off. 8. My car keys were (in, at, on) the desk, but I couldn't see them because they were. (over, under, near) a magazine. 9. I went to buy concert tickets, but nobody was (at, in, on) the ticket sales window. 10. Her wallet wasn't (into, on, in) her purse. It was (in, on, at) her coat pocket. 11. Louis had food stains (in, at, on) his coat pocket. 12. Andre waited (in front of, behind, far from) the movie theater for Mia, so they could. buy tickets and go (in, into, out) together. 13. The woman in line (behind, into, across from) Louis would not stop talking. 14. There was a sign (in front of, behind, in) the restaurant saying it was closed for repair. 15. His grandfather, who had passed away years before, was (on, in, into) the painting. which was hanging (on, in, at) the wall. 16. Claire-Marie didn't see Ruben because he was hiding (under, on, behind) the door. 17. Emania had her passport (in, on, into) her hand as she boarded the plane. 18. There is an electrical outlet (behind, in, on top of) the desk. 19. The kids were sitting (on, onto, into) the floor (behind, in front of, on top of) the TV. when Steve came home. 20. The woman in a blue suit sat (on, between, beside) me until the end of the meeting. 21. I sat (opposite, near, to the right of) my sister in the restaurant. 22. He ran (toward, through, under) the blue car. 23. Laurette is not going (to, from, over) the birthday party this weekend. 24. The shoes are (on, over, in) the floor (between, next to, over) the table.
14 Beginners - Class 5 14 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They fix fixes fixing fixed fixed ranje [fiks] [fiks-es] [fiks-ing] [fiks-t] [fiks-t] follow follows following followed followed suiv [fòl-ow] [fòl-ows] [fòl-ow-ing] [fòl-ow-d] [fòl-ow-d] help helps helping helped helped ede [hèlp] [hèlps] [hèlp-ing] [hèlp-t] [hèlp-t] hunt hunts hunting hunted hunted chase [honnt] [honnts] [honnt-ing] [honn-tid] [honn-tid] invite invites inviting invited invited envite [in-vayt] [in-vayts] [in-vayt-ing] [in-vay-tid] [in-vay-tid] jump jumps jumping jumped jumped ponpe, vole [djonp] [djonps] [djonp-ing] [djonp-t] [djonp-t] laugh laughs laughing laughed laughed ri [lahf] [lahfs] [lahf-ing] [lahf-t] [lahf-t] like likes liking liked liked renmen [layk] [layks] [layk-ing] [layk-t] [layk-t] look looks looking looked looked gade [look] [looks] [look-ing] [look-t] [look-t] marry marries marrying married married marye [mèr-i] [mèr-is] [mèr-i-ing] [mèr-i-d] [mèr-i-d] move moves moving moved moved deplase [mouv] [mouvs] [mouv-ing] [mouv-d] [mouv-d] need needs needing needed needed bezwen [nid] [nids] [nid-ing] [nid-did] [nid-did]
15 Beginners - Class 5 15 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They open opens opening opened opened ouvri, louvri [o-penn] [o-penns] [o-penn-ing] [o-penn-d] [o-penn-d] own owns owning owned owned posede, genyen [own] [owns] [own-ing] [own-d] [own-d] paint paints painting painted painted pentire [pent] [pents] [pent-ing] [pen-tid] [pein-tid] point points pointing pointed pointed montre [pòynt] [pòynts] [pòynt-ing] [pòyn-tid] [pòyn-tid] rain rains raining rained rained lapli [ren] [rens] [ren-ing] [ren-d] [ren-d] repair repairs repairing repaired repaired ranje, repare [ri-pèr] [ri-pèrs] [ri-pèr-ing] [ri-pèr-d] [ri-pèr-d] rest rests resting rested rested repoze, rete [rèst] [rèsts] [rèst-ing] [rès-tid] [rès-tid] start starts starting started started stat [start] [starts] [start-ing] [star-tid] [star-tid] study studies studying studied studied etidye [stèud-i] [stèud-is] [stèud-i-ing] [stèud-i-d] [stèud-i-d] talk talks talking talked talked pale, koze [tòk] [tòks] [tòk-ing] [tòk-t] [tòk-t] travel travels traveling traveled traveled vwayaje [trav-èl] [trav-èls] [trav-èl-ing] [trav-èl-d] [trav-èl-d] try tries trying tried tried eseye [tray] [trays] [tray-ing] [tray-d] [tray-d]
16 Beginners - Class 5 16 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They use uses using used used itilize [youz] [youzs] [youz-ing] [youz-d] [youz-d] walk walks walking walked walked mache [wòk] [wòks] [wòk-ing] [wòk-t] [wòk-t] want wants wanting wanted wanted vle [want] [wants] [want-ing] [wan-tid] [wan-tid] wash washes washing washed washed lave [wach] [wachs] [wach-ing] [wach-t] [wach-t] work works working worked worked travay [wèurk] [wèurks] [wèurk-ing] [wèurk-t] [wèurk-t]
17 Beginners - Class 5 17 Comments / Kòmantè : Review the spelling rules for the simple present, 3rd person singular which uses the subject pronouns he, she,and it or appropriate nouns on page 17 of Beginners Class 3 before beginning Exercise 4. (Revize règ yo òtograf pou prezan nan senp, 3yèm moun sengilye ki itilize pwonon yo sijè li, li, epi li oswa nouen apwopriye sou paj 17 nan débutan Klas 3 anvan ou kòmanse fè egzèsis 4.) Exercise 4 / Egzèsis 4: Using the base verb in parenthesis, print the correct tense in the space in the sentence. (Lè l sèvi avèk vèb la baz nan parantèz, enprime tansyon ki kòrèk la nan espas ki la nan fraz la.) Example: She (study) English. She studies English. 1. I (do) my homework. 2. She (do) her homework last night. 3. Andre (write) a letter to his sister every week 4. She (try) to have a good time when she (go) out. 5. Osse and Marie (pay) the cable bill. 6. We (take) the girls to the beach last Saturday. 7. Pierre (catch) the ball and (pass) it to Renaud. 8. Celita (go) to the movies almost every weekend. 9. Mica (speak) to Marie everyday. 10. My son (study) his lessons with his father. 11. Yesterday, he (drive) his sister to work. 12. Emania (answer) the phone. 13. Laurette and Paul (love) their son very much. 14. My son (close) the door. 15. My husband (sell) luxury cars. 16. I (see) him at work every day. 17. My husband and I (sell) cars. 18. She (read) the paper every morning before she (go) to work. 19. My husband and my son (walk) a mile everyday. 20. She (cry) when she (fall) at work last week.
18 Beginners - Class 5 18 Exercise 4 - Continued: 21. I (ask) her this morning if she (want) help with homework. 22. He (have) a good breakfast this morning. 23. Ana (think) her children (look) like her. 24. She (have) two big dogs. 25. She (have) three dogs, but one died. 26. Ana (think) her children (look) like her when they....were small. Homework (Devwa): Print sentences using verbs from the list on pages 13 to 16, and food items on pages one, two, and three. (Fraz Enprime lè l sèvi avèk vèb nan lis la nan paj 13 a 16, ak atik manje nan paj yon sèl, de, ak twa.) Example: I buy tomatoes at the store. They want pizza for lunch. She needs potatoes for dinner. Mary had soup yesterday Homework (Devwa): Choose the correct word. (Chwazi mo ki kòrèk la.) writes opens has keeps answers closed busy angry white 1. Andra sometimes poems. 6. Ana two brothers. 2. Jane always her promises. 7. Skip seldom my questions. 3. My job keeps me. 8. Sally the windows. 4. She his story in one day. 9. Being late makes him. 5. Mr. Jackson painted the door. 10. Joseph the door slowly.
19 Beginners - Class 5 19 Irregular Verbs (Vèb Iregilye) Even though most of the past tense verbs in English are formed by adding the letters "ed", many verbs are an exception to this rule, and must be memorized. These verbs are called irregular verbs. Here is a list of some irregular verbs: (Menm si pi fò nan vèb ki sot pase yo tansyon nan lang angle yo ki te fòme pa ajoute lèt "ed la", anpil vèb se yon eksepsyon nan règ sa a, epi yo dwe memorize. Vèb sa yo rele vèb iregilye. Isit la se yon lis kèk vèb iregilye:) Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They awake awakes awaking awoke awoken reveye [ae-wek] [ae-weks] [a-wek-ing] [ae-wok] [ae-wokn] be(am / are) is being was / were been dwe (yo) [bi] [am / aè] [iz] [bi-ing] [wòz / wèr] [been] become becomes becoming became become tounen [bi-kòm] [bi-kms] [bi-kòms] [bi-kem] [bi-kòm] begin begins beginning began begun kòmanse [bi-gin] [bi-gins] [bi-gin-ing] [bi-gen] [bi-gonn] bend bends bending bent bent pliye, koube [bend] [bends] [bend-ing] [bent] [bent] bet bets betting bet bet parye [bèt] [bèts] [bèt-ting] [bèt] [bèt] bite bites biting bit bitten mòde [bayt] [bayts] [bayt-ing] [bit] [bit-tenn] bleed bleeds bleeding bled bled senyen [blid] [blids] [blid-ing] [blèd] [blèd] blow blows blowing blew blown mouchr, soufle [blow] [blowz] [blow-ing] [blou] [blown]
20 Beginners - Class 5 20 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They break breaks breaking broke broken kase, kraze, brize [brek] [breks] [brek-ing] [brok] [bro-kenn] bring brings bringing brought brought pote, mennen [bring] [brings] [bring-ing] [bwòt] [bwòt] build builds build-ing built built bati, konstwi [bild] [bilds] bild-ing] [bilt] [bilt] buy buys buying bought bought achte [bay] [bays] [bay-ing] [bòt] [bòt] can (could) can could could kapab, te kapab [kenn] [kenn] [koud] [koud] catch catches catch-ing caught caught pran, bare [katch] [katch-iz] [katch-ing] [kòt] [kòt] choose chooses choosing chose chosen chwazi [tchouz] [tchou-ziz] [tchouz-ing] [khoz] [khozèn] come comes coming came came vini [kòm] [kòms] [kòm-ing] [kem] [kem] cost costs costing cost cost koute [kòst] [kòsts] [kòst-ing] [kòst] [kòst] cut cuts cutting cut cut koupe [kòt] [kòts] [kòt-ting] [kòt] [kòt] dig digs digging dug dug fouye [dig] [digs] [dig-ging] [dòg] [dòg] do does doing did done fè, fabrike [dou] [doz] [dou-ing] [did] [dann]
21 Beginners - Class 5 21 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They draw draws drawing drew drawn rale [drò] [dròs] [drò-ing] [dwou] [dròn] drink drinks drinking drank drunk bwè [drink] [drinks] [drink-ing] [drank] [djronk] drive drives driving drove driven kondui [drayv] [drayvs] [drayv-ing] [djwov] [dray-enn] eat eats eating ate eaten manje [it] [its] [it-ing] [et] [it-èn] fall falls falling fell fallen tonbe [fòhl] [fòhls] [fòhl-ling] [fèl] [fòh-lenn] feed feeds feeding fed fed nouri, bay manje [fihd] [fihds] [fihd-ing] [fèd] [fèd] feel feels feeling felt felt santi [fihl] [fihls] [fihl-ing] [fèlt] [fèlt] fight fights fighting fought fought goumen, batay [fayt] [fayts] [fayt-ing] [fot] [fot] find finds finding found found jwenn [faynd] [faynds] [faynd-ing] [fawnd] [fawnd] fly flies flying flew flown vole [flay] [flays] [flay-ing] [flou] [flonn] forget forgets forgetting forgot forgotten bliye [fò-gèt] [fò-gèts] [fò-gèt-ting] [fò-got] [fò-got-tenn] forgive forgives forgiving forgave forgiven padonnen [fò-giv] [fò-givs] [fò-giv-ing] [fò-gev] [fò-giv-èn]
22 Beginners - Class 5 22 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They freeze freezes freezing froze frozen glase, konjle [frihz] [frihz-s] [frihz-ing] [fwoz] [fwo-zen] get gets getting got gotten pran [gèt] [gèts] [gèt-ting] [gòt] [gòt-tenn] give gives giving gave given bay [giv] [givs] [giv-ing] [gev] [giv-èn] go goes going went gone ale [go] [goz] [go-ing] [wennt] [gonn] grow grows growing grew grown grandi [gro] [gros] [gro-ing] [gwou] [gwonn] hang hangs hanging hung hung pann, kwoke [henng] [henngs] [henng-ing] [hang] [hang] have has having had had genyen [hav] [haz] [hav-ing] [had] [had] hear hears hearing heard heard tande [hir] [hirz] [hir-ing] [hèud] [hèud] hide hides hiding hid hidden kache, sere [hayd] [hayds] [hayd-ing] [hid] [hid-dèn] hit hits hitting hit hit frape [hit] [hits] [hit-ting] [hit] [hit] hold holds holding held held kenbe [hold] [holds] [hold-ing] [hèld] [hèld] hurt hurts hurting hurt hurt frape, maltrete [hèurt] [hèurts] [hèurt-ing] [hèurt] [hèurt]
23 Beginners - Class 5 23 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They keep keeps keeping kept kept kenbe [kihp] [kihps] [kihp-ing] [kèpt] [kèpt] know knows knowing knew known konnen [now] [nows] [now-ing] [nou] [non] lay lays laying laid laid kouche, etann, blayi [ley] [leyz] [ley-ing] [leyd] [leyd] lead leads leading led led dirije, kòmande [lid] [lids] [lid-ing] [lèd] [lèd] leave leaves leaving left left kite, lese, pati, soti [liv] [livz] [liv-ing] [lèft] [lèft] lend lends lending lent lent prete [lennd] [lennds] [lennd-ing] [lent] [lent] let lets letting let let ann [lèt] [lèts] [lèt-ting] [lèt] [lèt] lie lies lying lay lain manti, kouche [lay] [lays] [lay-ing] [ley] [lein] lose loses losing lost lost pèdi [lous] [lous-iz] [lous-ing] [lòst] [lòst] make makes making made made fè [mek] [meks] [mek-ing] [med] [med] may may might might kapab [mey] [mey] [mayht] [mayht] mean means meaning meant meant vle di [mihn] [mihns] [mihn-ing] [mennt] [mennt]
24 Beginners - Class 5 24 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They meet meets meeting met met rankontre [miit] [miits] [miit-ing] [mèt] [mèt] must must must must dwe [mòst] [mòst] [mòst] [mòst] pay pays paying paid paid peye [pey] [peys] [pey-ing] [peyd] [peyd] put puts putting put put mete, depoze [pout] [pouts] [pout-ting] [pout] [pout] read reads reading read read fè lekti [rihd] [rihds] [rihd-ing] [rèd] [rèd] ride rides riding rode ridden monte (machin, chwal) [rayd] [rayds] [rayd-ing] [rod] [rid-denn] ring rings ringing rang rung bag [ring] [rings] [ring-ing] [reng] [ranng] rise rises rising rose risen leve, kanpe [rayz] [rayz-s] [rayz-ing] [roz] [ray-enn] run runs running ran run kouri [ronn] [ronns] [ronn-ning] [renn] [ronn] say says saying said said di [sey] [seys] [sey-ing] [sèd] [sèd] see sees seeing saw seen wè [si] [siz] [si-ing] [sò] [sin] sell sells selling sold sold vann [sèl] [sèls] [sèl-ling] [sold] [sold]
25 Beginners - Class 5 25 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They send sends sending sent sent voye [sennd] [sennds] [sennd-ing] [sent] [sent] set sets setting set set mete, poze [sèt] [sèts] [sèt-ting] [sèt] [sèt] shake shakes shaking shook shaken souke [chek] [chek-s] [chek-ing] [chouk] [chek-èn] shall shall should should devwa [chal] [chal] [choud] [choud] shrink shrinks shrinking shrank shrunk retresi [chrink] [chrinks] [chrink-ing] [chrank] [chronk] sing sings singing sang sung chante [sing] [sings] [sing-ing] [seng] [song] sink sinks sinking sank sunk plonje, koule [sink] [sinks] [sink-ing] [senk] [sank] sit sits sitting sat sat chita [sit] [sits] [sit-ting] [sat] [sat] sleep sleeps sleeping slept slept dòmi [slip] [slips] [slip-ing] [slèpt] [slèpt] speak speaks speaking spoke spoken pale [spik] [spiks] [spik-ing] [spok] [spok-enn] spend spends spending spent spent depanse [spend] [spends] [spend-ing] [spent] [spent] stand stands standing stood stood kanpe [stennd] [stennds] [stennd-ing] [stoud] [stoud]
26 Beginners - Class 5 26 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They steal steals stealing stole stolen vole, vòlè [stil] [stils] [stil-ing] [stol] [stol-enn] stick sticks sticking stuck stuck bwa [stik] [stiks] [stik-ing] [stòk] [stòk] sting stings stinging stung stung pike [steng] [stends] [steng-ing] [stang] [stang] sweep sweeps sweeping swept swept bale [swip] [swips] [swip-ing] [swèpt] [swèpt] swim swims swimming swam swum naje [swim] [swims] [swim-ming] [swanm] [swonm] take takes taking took taken pran [tek] [teks] [tek-ing] [touk] [tek-ènn] teach teaches teaching taught taught montre, anseye [titch] [titch-iz] [titch-ing] [tòt] [tòt] tear tears tearing tore torn dechire [tear] [tears] [tear-ing] [tòr] [tòn] tell tells telling told told rakonte, di [tèl] [tèls] [tèl-ling] [told] [told] think thinks thinking thought thought reflechi, panse [tfink] [tfinks] [tfink-ing] [tfòt] [tfòt] throw throws throwing threw thrown voye [tfro] [tfros] [tfro-ing] [tfwou] [tflon] understand understands understanding understood understood konprann [onn-dèu-stennd] [onn-dèu-stennds] [onn-dèu-stennd-ing] [onn-dèr-stoud] [onn-dèr-stoud]
27 Beginners - Class 5 27 Base Base Progressive Past Past Haitian Creole Verb Verb Gerund Tense Participle Translation Singular Plural Base Verb Use with Use with I, you, we, he, she, it They wake up wakes up waking up woke up woken up reveye [wek òp] [weks òp] [wek-ing òp] [wok òp] [wok-en òp] wear wears wearing wore worn pote, mete [wèr] [wèrz] [wèr-ing] [wòr] [wòrn] will will would would pral / ta [wil] [wil] [woud] [woud] win wins winning won won genyen [win] [wins] [win-ning] [wonn] [wonn] write writes writing wrote written ekri [wrayt] [wrayts] [wrayt-ing] [wrot] [writ-enn]
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