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Seychellois Creole is a language of Country.

Contents

Pronunciation guide

Vowels

Consonants

Common diphthongs

Phrase list

Basics

Hello. 
. ( )
Hello. (informal
. ( )
How are you? 
 ? (Komontallevu?)
Fine, thank you. 
. ( )
What is your name? 
 ? (Komontaple?)
My name is ______ . 
______ . ( _____ .)
Nice to meet you. 
. ( )
Please. 
. (Silvuple)
Thank you. 
. ( Mersi)
You're welcome. 
. ( )
Yes. 
. (Wii )
No. 
. (No)
Excuse me. (getting attention
. ( )
Excuse me. (begging pardon
. ( )
I'm sorry. 
. (Pardon)
Goodbye 
. ( )
Goodbye (informal
. ( )
I can't speak name of language [well]. 
[ ]. ( [ ])
Do you speak English? 
 ? (Parlayvu Anglay?)
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
 ? (Ki parlay Anglay?)
Help! 
 ! ( !)
Look out! 
 ! (Attant!)
Good day. 
. (Bon zoor)
Good evening. 
. (Bon Swar)
Good night. 
. (Bon Nuwee)
Good night (to sleep
. ( )
I don't understand. 
. (Non comprand)
Where is the toilet? 
 ? (Oui e latwalet?)

Problems

Numbers

Un
deux
cenq
10 
dix
20 
venn
50 
cenqkant
100 
sont
200 
desont
500 
cenqsont

Time

Clock time

Duration

Days

Lendi 
Monday
Mardi 
Tuesday
Merkredi 
wednesday
Zedi 
Thursday
Vandredi 
Friday
Sanmdi 
Saturday
Dimans 
Sunday

Months

Writing time and date

Colors

Transportation

Bus and train

Directions

Taxi

Lodging

Money

Eating

Bars

Shopping

Driving

Authority

Learning more

{Go there - they virtually all speak English!}

Variants

Actions

Destination Docents

In other languages