The Ann Pale Anglè text is written in the Kreyòl language and is designed to be used by students that want to learn English on their own without the cost of attending a formal English school. It has of 19 chapters, each consisting of a dialogue, questions and answers, idiomatic phrases, grammar notes, words of wisdom and scripture verses.     Richly illustrated with many 4-color pictures.

A dictionary is included and is continually being updated and added to.

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Here is a partial sample lesson from our text, Ann Pale Anglè:

 LESSON THREE                LESON TWA


 In the class room                                                 Nan sal klas la

DIALOG                                          DYALOG


 LOU  Where are we?Ki kote nou ye? 
In a class room. This classroom is in a school. It's where Bob goes to school.
Nan yon klas. Klas la nan yon lekol kote Bob ale a
 LOUWho is in the classroom?Ki moun ki nan klas la?
 MARYThere is the teacher and students.Gen pwofesè la ak elèv yo.
 LOUWhere is the teacher?Ki kote pwofesè a?
 MARY He's standing in front of the desk. Li kanpe devan biwo a.
 LOUWhat are the students doing?Kisa elèv yo wap fe? 
MARY They are sitting at their desks. Yo chita nan biwo yo.
 LOUIs there is a chalkboard? Is there an eraser? Genyen yon tablo? Gen yon chiffon? 
 MARYThe teacher stands in front of the chalkboard. She is writing on it.Li kanpe devan tablo a. Lap ekri sou li.
 LOUDo you see a door?   Eske ou we yon pòt? 
 MARY Is there a window? Gen yon fenèt? 
LOU Bob is opening the window.  Bob ap ovri fenèt la. 
 MARYAre there some books in the class?  Genyen liv nan klas la? 
 LOUYes, there are many books in the library.Wi, gen anpil liv nan biblyotèk la.
MARY There are notebooks, pens, pencils, rulers and paper too.
Genyen kaye,gen plim gen kryeon gen. règ avek papye tou.

Questions                                        Kesyon                                                                                    

Respond Using complete sentences.                      Reponn ak fraz komplè

1. Where are we?

2. Where are the students?

3. Is there a teacher?

4. Where is the teacher?

4. Is there a chalk board?

5. Is there a window?

6. Who opens the window?

7. What is on the desk?

8. Do you see a library?

9. Are there many books in the library?

10. Do you have a library in your school?

Wisdom for today:                                  Sajès pou jodi a:


 Live as if you were to die to-morrow. Learn as if you were to live forever Viv tankou si ou ta rive mouri demen.  Apran kom si ou ta viv pou tout tan. --Ghandi

God gives each of us the ability to do certain things well. -
Romans 12:6
 Bondye bay chak nan kapasite nan fè kek bagay byen.

Grammar 1                                        (Gramè 1)


 “There is” and “There are” can also be a statement of fact. When used as a question, the verb and noun are generally inverted.
 "There is” (Gen youn) ak "There are” (Gen yo) kapab tou se yon deklarasyon sou reyalite. Lè yo itilize kòm yon kesyon, vèb la ak non jeneralman envèse.  Egzamp:

GEN (1), GEN (>1) ak SE pou mande yon kesyon

QUESTION                 FACT                               STATEMENT

Genyen yon chèz?       Is there a chair ?(sing)        There is a chair

Genyen chez yo?         Are there chairs ? (plur)     There are chairs

Gen yon liv?               Is there a book?                 There is a book

Genyen liv yo?           Are there books?                There are books

Genyen kèk liv yo?     Are there some books?       There are some books

Eske li nan klas la?     Is (he, she) in the class?       She is in the class.