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English-Creole Speaking Countries

Can you name the countries that speaks a type of english-based creole language?

All numbers are estimated throughout the years, number may vary

Includes overseas regions/territories of countries
Based mainly on L1 speakers, if not includes both L1 and L2
Dialects are a regional variant of language, whereas creole is a different language with a touch of its original language (in this case, english)
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Last updated: July 10, 2020
First submittedJuly 10, 2020
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# of speakers
Country
Where it is spoken (Mainly)
309,000
Bahamas (Bahamian Creole)
Western Carribean
10,700
United Kingdom (Turks and Caicos Creole)
3,035,000
Jamaica (Jamaican Patois)
170,000
Belize (Belizean Creole)
18,400
Nicaragua (Miskito Coast Creole)
55,100
Costa Rica (Limonese Creole)
268,000
Panama (Panamanian Creole English)
33,000
Colombia (San Andrés–Providencia Creole)
52,300~76,500
United States (Virgin Islands Creole)
Eastern Carribean
52,300~76,500
United Kingdom (Virgin Islands Creole)
52,300~76,500
Netherlands (Virgin Islands Creole)
52,300~76,500
France (Virgin Islands Creole)
11,500
United Kingdom (Anguillan Creole)
67,000~147,520
Antigua and Barbuda (Antiguan Creole)
39,000
St. Kitts and Nevis (Saint Kitts Creole)
3,820
United Kingdom (Montserrat Creole)
138,000
St. Vincent and the Grenadines (Vincentian Creole)
89,200
Grenada (Grenadian Creole)
300,000+1,000,000
Trinidad and Tobago (Tobagonian Creole+Trinidadian Creole)
256,000
Barbados (Bajan Creole)
# of speakers
Country
Where it is spoken (Mainly)
650,000~682,000
Guyana (Guyanese Creole)
Eastern Carribean
4 Creoles added together: 467,700
Suriname (Sranan Tongo, Saramaccan, Ndyuka, Kwinti)
350
United States (The Gullah)
North America
692,000~716,110
Sierra Leone (Krio)
North-West Africa
1,500,000
Liberia (Kreyol)
5,000,000
Ghana (Ghanaian Pidgin)
30,000,000
Nigeria (Nigerian Pidgin)
2,000,000
Cameroon (Cameroonian Pidgin)
Central Africa
6,000
Equatorial Guinea (Equatorial Guinean Pidgin)
600,000
United States (Hawaiian Creole)
Pacific (Oceania-Asia)
700
F.S Micronesia (Ngatikese Creole)
122,000
Papua New Guinea (Tok Pisin)
24,400
Solomon Islands (Pijin)
10,000
Vanuatu (Bislama)
430~532
United Kingdom (Pitcairn-Norfolk)
3 Creoles added together: 10,772
Australia (Australian Kriol, Torres Strait Creole, Pitcairn-Norfolk)
2,000,000-3,000,000
Singapore (Singlish)
25,000,000-30,000,000
Malaysia (Manglish)
Very Rare 25-50
Fiji (Fijian Creole)
Very Rare >25
Tonga (Tongan Creole)
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