Bonjou! Learn to Speak Haitian Creole

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Friday, February 18, 2011

Thanks. I do have one more question, how do you say 'tame a wild animal'? need help with part of speech.

tame (v.) - donte
tamed (adj.) - dosil
wild (adj) - sovaj (adj.) This adjective always come after the noun in Creole.
acting wild - debòde, dechennen
animal - bèt
Wild animal - bèt sovaj
tamed animal - bèt dosil
tame a wild animal - donte yon bèt sovaj
She is acting wild - li debòde or li dechennen

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