S O U R C E S
Gregory RABESS,
Konmite pou Etid Kwéyòl

Dominica’s Birds
by Arlington JAMES, Stephen DURAND & Bertrand JNO. BAPTISTE

Creole, or Kwéyòl, is a language that has developed from the meeting up of French, African dialects and a sprinkling of English, in our case. As a sizeable percent of our population speaks Kwéyòl, it seems only right to share language lessons, so that we all become fluent.

L E S S O N S Volume 12, issue 3,   Salyouwè (Greetings) Volume 12, issue 1,   Exclamations Volume 11, issue 3,   Had (Clothes) Volume 11, issue 2,   Zozyo (Birds) Volume 10, issue 3,   Had Nasyonnal (National Dress) Volume 10, issue 2,   Tan (Weather) Volume 9, issue 3,     Mizik Jing Ping (Jing Ping music) Volume 9, issue 2,     Lanmè (The Sea) Volume 8, issue 3,     Manjé Kwéyòl (Creole Food)