Haitians do not speak french

By: Gren Son Nin - November 25 2008, 1:36 PM

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Linda says...

Saul, there is absolutely no reason to add another issue to an already complicated problem. We already have major... more »

Tiba says...

Saul Do you realize none of these countries you mentioned on the list speak English as their second official language... more »

Rft says...

Once upon a time it was Latin or maybe Greek, then it became French, now it is English, and in about a century no one... more »

Saul Wall says...

You are certainly right that Creole is not the cause of Haiti's problems. But encouraging the learning of English as a... more »

Tiba says...

Linda, I say Amen e Insiswatil to that? Speaking Creole in all and every level of the Haitian society must be made... more »

Linda says...

No, Tiba, I didn't leave. I just had some deadlines to deal with. And since the blog was polluted with very low... more »

Tiba says...

Linda, Nice to see you again. I thought you had left us forever out of frustration and disgust, but you're still here... more »

Linda says...

Tiba, the Cape Verdi islands also have a Creole that is very similar to ours. It's kind of strange because they were... more »

Tiba says...

Lavaud You said "I have never meant to hurt you by calling you Tiba the Icon." CORRECTION: I never said that I was... more »

Yves Salamanque Gren Son Nen says...

I am somehow puzzled by your sense of denial and your self destructive behavior in attacking facts and statistics. I... more »

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