Bonjou amou, èske ou anfòm?
This is another way to say, Good morning, how are you? in Haitian Creole.
bonjou – good morning
amou – love
èske – (question indicator)
ou – you
anfòm – in shape
The word anfòm is a common way to say ok in Creole. Even thought the literal meaning has more to do with being healthy physically.
Amou in this sentence is a pronoun to replace you, but shows more affection. This is how you would address a romantic interest. This is more specific than cheri, which can be used for a friend or family as well.
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