The translation of I'm sorry in creole cape verde is Sinto muito.
Mta gosta di bo.
Happy birthday michelle's father
There's actually no such language as "Creole". The word creole refers to a type of language that results from the combination of two completely different parent languages. There are more than 100 different creolized languages in the world, so you would have to specify which one you're talking about.If you're not sure, here is a list of the most commonly spoken Creoles in the world (one of them is even an official language):Louisiana Creole French, spoken in LouisianaBelizean Kriol language, spoken in BelizeHaitian Creole language, French-based, an official language of HaitiMauritian Creole, French-based, spoken in MauritiusCape Verdean Creole, spoken on the islands of Cape VerdeKrio Dayak language, spoken by Krio Dayak people in West Kalimantan, IndonesiaLiberian Kreyol language, spoken in LiberiaSeychellois Creole, French-based, spoken in the SeychellesGuinea-Bissau Creole, spoken in Guinea-BissauNegerhollands, a Dutch-based creole, once spoken in the U.S. Virgin IslandsBislama, an English-based creole, spoken in VanuatuLlanito, a Spanish- and English-based creole, spoken in GibraltarBajan or Barbadian Creole, English-based, spoken in BarbadosAntillean Creole or Cr
Depends of which creole. In Martiniquean Creole and in Guadeloupean Creole, we say "zanmi".