Good quiz but didn't do that well!
According to Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nahuatl#Demography_and_distribution), there are about 1.5 million Nahuatl speakers in Mexico, and most are in south & central regions. There probably are some speakers in the US but not hundreds of thousands as would be required to show up on this quiz.
AAVE is a fully fledged dialect of English with its own established syntax and grammatical rules—just because it doesn't match what is taught in school doesn't mean that it is of less value (see how standard American English is perceived in other English-speaking communities)
... maybe update in 3-5 more years.
But there are some wide varieties of creole. Louisiana creole sounds almost exactly like french but writes nothing alike, it looks transcribed with english rules. Haitian creole is further away from french.
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