Author: Wally R. Turnbull
Publisher: Light Messages Publishing
Release Date: 2016-10-17
Genre: Foreign Language Study
The most widely used introduction to Haitian Creole. A simple guide to Haitian Creole for English speaking people. The basic elements of Creole grammar and vocabulary in sixteen easy lessons. How to pronounce Creole words. Simple exercises with translation keys. Dictionary of 4,700 Creole - English words. In less than an hour a day the short lessons will have you speaking basic Creole in about a week. You will learn key Creole words, how to pronounce those words, and how to put those words together into useful sentences. This book is ideal for those who will visit or work in Haiti and desire to communicate with her people.
Two CD set pronunciation practice guide accompanies the book Creole Made Easy. Ideal for students of the Creole language, newcomers, and visitors to Haiti. The CD set covers: How to pronounce Creole letters and words, the basic elements of Creole grammar, sixteen easy 15-20 minute lessons, and easy practice exercises in English with Creole translation. The Creole words and sentences in each of the sixteen lessons of the book Creole Made Easy are spoken so that the student may listen and practice. The Creole words and phrases are first spoken slowly and deliberately for maximum pronunciation emphasis. They are then repeated at a slow speaking pace with slight inflection for better contextual practice.
Creole Made Easy. A simple introduction to Haitian Creole for English speaking people. Sixteen easy lessons cover the basic elements of Creole grammar and how to pronounce Creole words. The lessons include simple exercises and translation keys. A thorough up to date dictionary of over 4600 words Creole to English and English to Creole word translations is included. Two CD set pronunciation practice guide accompanies the book Creole Made Easy. Ideal for students of the Creole language, newcomers, and visitors to Haiti. The CD set covers: How to pronounce Creole letters and words, the basic elements of Creole grammar, sixteen easy 15-20 minute lessons, and easy practice exercises in English with Creole translation. The Creole words and sentences in each of the sixteen lessons of the book Creole Made Easy are spoken so that the student may listen and practice. The Creole words and phrases are first spoken slowly and deliberately for maximum pronunciation emphasis. They are then repeated at a slow speaking pace with slight inflection for better contextual practice.
Author: Wally R. Turnbull
Release Date: 2012-08-01
Genre: Foreign Language Study
Translate words from English to Haitian Creole and Creole to English. In addition to general vocabulary most medical terms are also included. Alternate meanings are listed along with the primary meaning of words. This is a practical reference for those who speak English wanting to learn and practice Creole and for Creole speakers who want to learn and practice English. This translation dictionary is ideal for work teams and medical teams as well as students and visitors to Haiti.
Author: CHRIS MATHEOS
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
Release Date: 2010-12-17
Here is something for everyone, introducing students to many different styles of bass playing: rock 'n roll, blues, swing, funk, reggae, classical, alternative, country, be-bop, ska, bossa nova, heavy metal, gospel, two-hand tapping, etc. Examples focus on basic patterns, chord progressions, and playing with a band. the companion CD features all examples recorded with a professional band. Audio includes band examples with and without bass; students can hear it and play along. 25 examples included, written in bass clef and tab.
Originally published in 1966, Beryl Loftman Bailey's book was one of the first on the Jamaican Creole language, its origins and its influence on the teaching of English in Jamaica. A native Jamaican herself, Bailey's personal experience of both learning and later teaching English in the Caribbean was a springboard to her interest in the problems of language interference in contact situations. She challenged a notion prevalent throughout English teachers in Caribbean at the time that Creole was a 'dialect' not a language and therefore need not be considered in teaching. The social implications of this view are also explored. Bailey's detailed analysis of Jamaican Creole phonology, morphology, kernel sentence structure and simple and double-based transformations provided valuable insights into the foundations of the language and its educational implications.
Sechs Lebenswege, die sich unmöglich kreuzen können: darunter ein amerikanischer Anwalt, der um 1850 Ozeanien erforscht, ein britischer Komponist, der 1931 vor seinen Gläubigern nach Belgien flieht, und ein koreanischer Klon, der in der Zukunft wegen des Verbrechens angeklagt wird, ein Mensch sein zu wollen. Und dennoch sind diese Geschichten miteinander verwoben. Mitchells originelle Menschheitsgeschichte katapultiert den Leser durch Räume, Zeiten, Genres und Erzählstile und liest sich dabei so leicht und fesselnd wie ein Abenteuerroman. «Mitchell kartographiert Seelen und schreibt Weltliteratur.» (Neue Zürcher Zeitung) «David Mitchell nimmt den Leser mit auf eine literarische Achterbahnfahrt. Und man wünscht sich, diese Reise möge nie enden.» (A. S. Byatt) «Einer der wichtigsten jungen britischen Autoren.» (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung)
Author: Claire Lefebvre
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
Release Date: 2006-01-01
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
In this volume, second language (L2) acquisition researchers and creolists engage in a dialogue, focusing on processes at work in L2 acquisition and creole genesis. The volume opens with an overview of the relationship between L2 acquisition and pidgins/creoles (Siegel). The first group of papers addresses current language contact at a societal or an individual level (Smith; Terrill and Dunn; Bruhn de Garavito and Atoche; Liceras et al.; Muller). The second section focuses on processes characterizing various stages of L2 acquisition and creole genesis: relexification and transfer from the L1 and their role in the initial state (Sprouse; Schwartz; Kouwenberg; Aboh; Ionin). Chapters in the third section discuss processes involved in developing grammars, namely, reanalysis and restructuring (Sanchez; Brousseau and Nikiema; Steele and Brousseau). The final section concentrates on fossilization and the end state (Cornips and Hulk; Montrul; Lardiere). Between them, the chapters cover lexical, morphological, phonological, semantic and syntactic properties of interlanguage grammars and creole grammars.