Haitian Creloe (Kwéyòl) is the most commonly spoken creole in the world–over eight million Haitians speak it, as do another million or so Haitians abroad. Kwéyòl is a blend of French, English, Taino and African languages. It joined French as one of the nation’s two official languages in 1987.
Wikipedia on Kwéyòl | Some common Kwéyòl phrases and a guide to pronunciation | YouTube teaches you how to speak Haitian Creole
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