Haitian Imperative

Here are examples for the imperative in Haitian. This includes expressions of making requests, giving orders or simply asking someone to do something.

Go!: ale!
Stop!: rete!
Don't Go!: pa ale!
Stay!: ret la!
Leave!: ale!
Come here!: vin la'a!
Go there!: ale la'a!
Enter (the room)!: antre!
Speak!: pale!
Be quiet!: pe!
Turn right: vire a dwat
Turn left: vire a goch
Go straight: ale tou dwat
Wait!: tan!
Let's go!: un ale!
Be careful!: atensyon
Sit down!: shita
Let me show you!: bam motre'w
Listen!: tande
Write it down!: ekri'l

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