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In fact, Mauritian creole (which has french as its lexifier) is often spoken at home in Mauritius, while french is typically spoken in the workplace (the tourist industry is an exception—English is widely spoken at the hotels in Mauritius). As Mauritius was a french colony, it’s little wonder that the french language has such a strong presence.
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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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A language of Saint Lucia. ISO 639-3. acf. Classification. creolefrench based. Autonym. Kwéyòl. Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Lesser Antillean french creole. Alternate Names.
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What follows is a short tribute to Patois (french creole), the first language of Calypso and some of its proponents. A lot has already been written about calypso and soca, but this is part of a research project on Trinidadian Patois (in progress). We welcome all additions, corrections and suggestions – all will be gratefully acknowledged.
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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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New Orleans is the best city to visit for fun, parties, events and culture. See a Saints game at the Superdome, a Mardi Gras parade in the french Quarter or a Jazz Fest concert!
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1) “Mon ami” is just a cliché. Mon ami (or mon amie in the feminine) means “my friend.”. If there’s a french character in an American movie, they basically have to say it at some point. Like in this scene of Beauty and the Beast. It’s kind of like saying Bonjour with a really heavy accent.
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May 30, 2015 - Explore Luxe Limousines, LLC's board "Classic Southern New Orleans Sayings, Slangs, and Quotes", followed by 111 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about new orleans, louisiana, orleans.
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If you're visiting a french-speaking country or sleeping over with a french-speaking friend, you likely want to know how to say "good morning" in french. The standard way to say "good morning" in french is "bonjour" (bohn-zhoor), which actually translates to "good day" and is typically used to say "hello." Particularly in France, french ...