Creoles evolve out of pidgin languages (simplified languages) but have been adopted by the next generation as their native language. Haitian Creole has a vocabulary stemming mostly from French. The grammar may be simplified and altered to the point of being quite different to the parent language.§Learn Haitian Creole with uTalk
The phrase 'è poul va fè dan' - when hens grow teeth - means 'never'!
If someone is acting in a silly manner, you can say that they 'voye flè' - throw flowers.
The way to get around in Haiti is by the buses called 'tap taps' which literally means 'quick quicks'.
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