Tetree_20160802_gyn+eng

Published August 23, 2016

Guyanese Creole, also referred to as Guyanese and Creolese, is spoken by as many as 700,000 people, primarily in the South American nation of Guyana, as well as parts of neighboring Suriname, and by diaspora communities abroad. An English-based creole language, Guyanese is related to languages throughout the Americas, including Jamaican Patois, Gullah, and Trinidadian Creole. Read more on Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/2bybck7.

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