If you’re learning Creole – we’re here to help.
Our goal is to supplement the excellent paid resources like Haiti Hub and Learn Creole with Gloria. We are inspired by the amazing Sweet Coconuts blog. We love these websites and share their mission to spread the knowledge of this beautiful language.
Haitian Creole Net is based in Carrefour, Haiti. We are building a library of phrases and pronunciations based on your questions. Don’t be shy – ask anything.
We also have a website about learning English called 123bien.com – it’s available in French & Spanish too.
Welcome in Creole & English
Bonjou tout moun ki vizite wèb nou – Haitian Creole Net
Good morning everyone who’s visiting our website – Haitian Creole Net
Mèsi anpil paske nou fè nou fè plis efò
Thank you very much because you help us give more effort
Enpòtan pou nou mande plis kesyon tout sa nou vle
It’s important for you to ask more questions – anything you want
Mwen renmen nou anpil jtèm. Bizou 😘😘😘😘😘
I love you so much. I love you. Kisses.
Meet Miss Estherline
Estherline Dessime is the voice of Haitian Croele Net.
She was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Even with a difficult life, she maintained a desire to help others – especially children. She is the mother of one daughter and they dream of someday visiting America. Creole is her native language, but she is also fluent in French.
She is currently launching a small project to help rural children called “Ansanm Nou Fo.” You can also listen to her talking about her life.
You’ll hear her beautiful voice on our original Creole Pronunciations.
Anthony Kummer is the editor of the website. He’s been working in Haiti since 2014 and currently lives in Carrefour, Haiti.
He holds a MA in Education, with an emphasis on curriculum design. He is working to integrate principles of effective learning into our website format.
Creole is his second language and wants to help others learn to speak it too. He knows from firsthand experience how learning a new language is a challenge. This project is his way of contributing to the existing resources for learning Haitian Creole.