Creole language forum
Thread poster: Jeff Allen

Jeff Allen  Identity Verified
Local time: 12:38
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Feb 20, 2010

Due to the Haiti disaster in Jan 2010, there is a huge interest in Haitian Creole, including on many different social networks.
And this will last for several years due to the need to reconstruct the country of Haiti, and all that entails the translation needs involved in that.

I will certainly be an active participant in such a forum.


Jared Tabor
Local time: 07:38
Thanks Jeff-- new forum created Feb 20, 2010

Hello Jeff,

Thanks for the suggestion.

A new non-English forum for Creole has been created, here: . You can also find it by going to the non-English forum section and scrolling down through the non-English forum list.

Best regards,



Jeff Allen  Identity Verified
Local time: 12:38
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many thanks for creating Creole language forum Feb 20, 2010

I'll starting posting some updates on all that has happened over past month for Haitian Creole.
It's moving at 100 miles/hour.



Suzanne Deliscar  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:38
Member (2009)
Spanish to English
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I'm Interested Too Feb 21, 2010

Thanks for creating the forum Jared. Looking forward to your posts Jeff. Who would have thought that, at least for now, Haitian Creole is now the language to know?


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