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English and Jamaican Creole are the national and official languages of Jamaica. Jamaican Creole is a West Germanic language and positioned 3rd based upon number of native speakers (310 million million).

We have compiled a collection of wide-spread Jamaican Creole holiday language phrases or words, which a visitor can use to get by in Jamaica. Please begin using the Jamaican Creole holiday phrases which can be found below.

A web-based Jamaican Creole language translator for German to English and English to German text is obtainable by clicking on the Jamaican Creole Translator.

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Languages Spoken In Jamaica
English, Jamaican Creole
Recently Asked Questions About Jamaican Creole
  • Can someone recommend a Jamaican Creole language school in Kingston?
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  • Does anyone know a website that is an audio Jamaican Creole translator?
  • Does anyone know any Inspirational Jamaican Creole language phrases?
  • how can i improve my Jamaican Creole language skills?
  • How hard would it be to learn the Jamaican Creole language from scratch?
Jamaican Creole Language Phrases
About English Language

English language is an Anglo-Frisian language which was brought to Britain in the 5th Century AD from various parts of northwest Germany by Germanic settlers. Two successive waves of invasion by Scandinavian branch of the Germanic family in the 8th and 9th century and the Normans in the 11th century had influenced the original English language.

The English language changed into Modern English from the late 15th century with the Great Vowel Shift. English language has the largest vocabulary of any language in the world as it is continuously assimilating foreign words, especially from Latin and Greek languages.

The first significant English dictionary was published in 1755 by Samuel Johnson.

English is the dominant language in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States and other former British colonies. With an estimated 380 million native English speakers and 300 million who use English as a second language and a further 100 million use it as a foreign language, it has become the second most spoken language in the world.

More than 45 countries have listed the English Language as the official or co-official language and is spoken extensively in other countries where it has no official status.

Additional Jamaican Creole phrases for your visit can be found at LanguagePhrases.com.
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