Speakers of French or any other Latin language, and even English, may recognize some similarities with Haitian Creole. Still, the language is unique in many ways, which is why hiring a professional native translator with native-level fluency is so important.
Here’s some common phrases translated from English to Haitian:
“Hello” -- Bonjou
“How are you?” -- Sak Pase
“I’m well” -- Mwen Byen
See a pattern here?
While speakers of Spanish or French or even Italian might think Haitian Creole is easy, there’s still so much that can get “lost in translation,” which is why Tomedes can make sure any global business looking to expand into the Caribbean is able to get the message through.