The Theory and Practice of Creole Grammar
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Adjectives Adverbs aimen aller assise avoir Baboune baggaie batte bien capdbe chein cher cinq Conjugation conjunction consonants construction corps-li coument créole Creole languages Definite Article denoting dialect dleau eaten employed English epis et-pis Etymology example expressed fait faut femme French Conjugation French Creole French words Gender gens give gouos Grammar grand Guadaloupe homme honte Indicative infinitive island J. J. THOMAS jamain la-sous language letter or syllable li te louoi loved macaque manger Martinique Masc means missier moen moin Mood Mood—Present Tense nans nominative nouns Orthoepy Orthography ouer papelon passé past participles patois peculiar Perfect Tenses person plis PLURAL Possessive pouend preposition present Pronouns pronunciation proverbs sentence SINGULAR sometimes sound Spanish substantive Syntax temps Thomas's tint tive touop tout travaie Trinidad usually verb vowels yeaux yon moune zebes zotes