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The countries in Latin America are, Brazil, Colombia, Boliva, Ecuador, Suriname, Guyana, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, Jamaica, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Haiti,Panama, Guatemala,  Mexico, Dominican Republic, Custa Rica,  French Guiana and Cuba.

The countries in Latin America are, Brazil, Colombia, Boliva, Ecuador, Suriname, Guyana, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, Jamaica, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Haiti,Panama, Guatemala, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Custa Rica, French Guiana and Cuba.

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Jamaica Talk: Three Hundred Years of the English Language in Jamaica by Frederic G. Cassidy

Jamaica Talk: Three Hundred Years of the English Language in Jamaica by Frederic G. Cassidy

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Do you know how to say "Look at that" or "Wow" in Jamaican? Do you have a Jamaican friend you want to communicate with or are you traveling to Jamaica? There is a heated debate amongst Jamaicans on whether "patois" (patwah) is a language or an English "dialect".  If you don't know Jamaican patois (patwah) it definitely sounds like another language.  Below is a list of 20 Essential Jamaican Patois phrases translated to English.

Do you know how to say "Look at that" or "Wow" in Jamaican? Do you have a Jamaican friend you want to communicate with or are you traveling to Jamaica? There is a heated debate amongst Jamaicans on whether "patois" (patwah) is a language or an English "dialect". If you don't know Jamaican patois (patwah) it definitely sounds like another language. Below is a list of 20 Essential Jamaican Patois phrases translated to English.

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☀ Puerto Rico ☀The taino history The Taínos were farmers and fishers, and practiced intensive root crop cultivation in conucos, or small raised plots. Manioc was the principal crop, but potatoes, beans, peanuts, peppers and other plants were also grown. Farming was supplemented with the abundant fish and shellfish animal resources of the region. Cotton was grown and spun into cloth, and along with the many other items produced by the skilled Taíno craftspeople, was used in a widespread…

☀ Puerto Rico ☀The taino history The Taínos were farmers and fishers, and practiced intensive root crop cultivation in conucos, or small raised plots. Manioc was the principal crop, but potatoes, beans, peanuts, peppers and other plants were also grown. Farming was supplemented with the abundant fish and shellfish animal resources of the region. Cotton was grown and spun into cloth, and along with the many other items produced by the skilled Taíno craftspeople, was used in a widespread…

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GULLAH LANGUAGE |  Gullah speak an English-based creole language containing many African loanwords and significant influences from African languages in grammar and sentence structure. The Gullah language is related to Jamaican Creole, Bahamian Dialect, and the Krio language of Sierra Leone in West Africa. Gullah storytelling, foodways, music, folk beliefs, crafts, farming and fishing traditions, etc. all exhibit strong influences from West and Central African cultures.

GULLAH LANGUAGE | Gullah speak an English-based creole language containing many African loanwords and significant influences from African languages in grammar and sentence structure. The Gullah language is related to Jamaican Creole, Bahamian Dialect, and the Krio language of Sierra Leone in West Africa. Gullah storytelling, foodways, music, folk beliefs, crafts, farming and fishing traditions, etc. all exhibit strong influences from West and Central African cultures.

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Absolutely true...it's just awesome to be Jamaican, in spite of our many problems. #Jamaica
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