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Typically, the term french creole described someone of European ancestry born in the colony, and the term Louisiana creole described someone of mixed racial ancestry Like the people, creole food is a blend of the various cultures of New Orleans, including Italian, Spanish, African, German, Caribbean, Native American, and Portuguese, to name a few.
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vous (pron.) [VOO] you (formal) [In Cajun french, vous is much less frequently heard than the familiar tu or toi, even among people who don't know each other. Vous is used to show respect, in particular in speaking with elderly people.] vous-autres (prn.) [pron. VOOZAWT] you (plural); y'all.
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Please find below many ways to say welcome in different languages. This is the translation of the word "welcome" to over 100 other languages.
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french was also influenced by native Celtic languages of Northern Roman Gaul like Gallia Belgica and by the (Germanic) Frankish language of the post-Roman Frankish invaders. Today, owing to France’s past overseas expansion, there are numerous french-based creole languages, most notably Haitian creole.
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4. french Slang & creoles in the USA & Haiti. french and Haitian creole are two official languages of Haiti.. Haitian or Caribbean french is another variety spoken in Haiti. It is similar to a standard or Parisian. On the other hand, Haitian creole is a mixture of African languages and other European languages such as Spanish and Portuguese.
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The raised creole plantation house was the absolute apex of creole architecture in Louisiana. Louisiana’s Acadian settlers also built a version of the creole cottage. The Acadians were descendants of french peasant settlers from Nova Scotia who arrived in Louisiana between 1765 and 1790. The Acadian cottage generally featured a two-room-wide ...
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Within 25 years the Arawaks were virtually annihilated by Spanish settlers. The early 17th century saw the french establish a presence on Hispaniola, and in 1697, Spain ceded to the french the western third of the island - Haiti. Through the importation of African slaves this french colony, became one of the wealthiest in the Caribbean.
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Although English is the official language of Dominica, much of the population also speaks Kwéyòl (creole) – a french-based patois. This content is provided by “Dominica’s Diksyonnè Kwéyòl -Annglé, English-creole Dictionary” by Marcel Fontaine, 1991. Marcel Fontaine published a Kwéyòl Diksyonne in 1991.
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