Here is a new website/resource that we are stoked about! We can't stop grinning and making our best attempt to speak with the nasal /N/. So many of their sounds are deep in their mouths/throats where American English is very much at the tip of our tongue with lots of lip action.
My favorite two phonetic sounds in Creole are the /O/ like in [Ocean] and /I/ is like the ee's in [deep].
Oh! For fun try the nasal /N/. Plug your nose and say /un/ as in [bunny] but don't move your tongue or lips.
There are free recipes, great pictures, etc. We're so thankful that the Lord provided this very practical resource.
Click here to sample this great site with us.
Piti, piti, wazo fe nich li.
Little by little the bird builds its nest.