Haitian Adverbs

This is a list of adverbs in Haitian. This includes adverbs of time, place, manner and frequency. Which sums up most of what you need for daily use.

Now: kounye'a
Later: pita
Tonight: aswe'a
Last night: yè swa
This morning: maten an
Yesterday: ye
Today: jodia
Tomorrow: demen
Next week: semèn pwochèn
Already: deja
Recently: dènyèman
Lately: dènyèman
Soon: byento
Immediately: imedyatman
Still: toujou
Yet: ankò

After the above adverbs of time, now we move on to adverbs of place.

Here: isit la
There: la
Everywhere: toupatou
Anywhere: nenpòt kote

Now adverbs of manners, used to describe how something happens. They are usually placed after the main verb.

Carefully: avèk anpil atansyon
Alone: sèlman
Very: anpil
Really: vrèman
Quickly: byen vit
Slowly: tou dousman
Almost: prèske
Together: ansanm

These are adverbs of frequency, which are used to answer the question "how often?".

Always: toujou
Sometimes: pafwa
Rarely: raman
Never: pa janm

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