From the book Creole Made Easy by Wally R. Turnbull Orevwa is Good-bye in Creole.
Bonjou. Hello (before noon)
She is the mother of one daughter and they dream of someday visiting America. Creole is her native language, but she is also fluent in French. You can also listen to her talking about her life. You can hear her beautiful voice on our original Creole Pronunciations.
How to Say “Hi” or “Hello”. The Creole words for or are bonjou and bonswa. Say bonjou when it is daytime and say bonswa when it is the evening or night. Now, you can be more specific by saying bonswa when it is past 12:00 p.m if you choose to do so. But, as long as you say bonjou while it is daytime and bonswa while it is evening or nighttime, you are good to go.
If you want to know how to say good-bye in Haitian Creole, you will find the translation here. We hope this will help you to understand Haitian Creole better. Here is the translation and the Haitian Creole …
Your browser does not support audio. How to say goodbye in Haitian Creole What’s the Haitian Creole word for goodbye?Here’s a list of translations.
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