Jamaican English

This article looks at Jamaican English, a variety of English used widely in education, the government, media, and official communication in Jamaica, that is grammatical similar to standard English. It compares it to Jamaican Patois, a Creole that is spoken by most people in informal, everyday situations. Read this article.

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