Sranantongo goes by many other names. Sranantongo may be the most common, however, you will also find these descriptoins also:
3. Taki-Taki (but rude)
Fa waka? - What's up? Literally: how's (your) walk
Fa go? - How are you? Literally: how's (it) going?
Fa yu tan? - How are you?
Ali sunny bun? - (is) everything well?
Mi lubi dati! - I love that!
Mi sorri! - I'm sorry!
Omeni wan? - How much is one? (What's the price?)
Mi gwa! - I'm leaving
Mi go na oso - I'm going home
Mi go na winkri - I'm going to the store
Useful Links to Study Sranantongo
A Wikitravel guide: (but little info)
All sources from: http://www.sil.org/americas/suriname/Sranan/English/SrananEngDictIndex.html and from living in the country of Suriname for over four years. My wife is also a native born Surinamese.