Haitian Shopping

This is a list of expressions about shopping in Haitian. Useful in supermarkets, sightseeing, and when haggling to get a good bargain.

How much is this?: Ki pri sa'a / Konbyen sa'a ye?
Can you take less?: Ou ka bese pri'a pou mwen?
I'm just looking: Se gade map gade
This is too expensive: Sa'a two che
Do you accept credit cards?: Ou pran kat de kredi?
Only cash please!: Kash selmen sil vou ple

The following vocabulary is related to shopping places where you might need to buy goods or services.

Expensive: chè
Cheap: bon mache
Cafe: Kafe
Cinema: Sinema
Supermarket: makèt
Gas station: Stasyon gazolin
Museum: Mize
Pharmacy: famacy
Credit card: Kat de kredi
Cash: Kash
Check: Shek
Parking: pakin

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