Caribbean speaking countries in the Caribbean?
English Spanish French and Haitian Creole are major languages in the Caribbean. Caribbean is not a language itself, just a sea and region.
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The Carribean consist of over 7000 islands belonging to 13 different countries. Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia, Martinique, Dominican Republuc, Grenada, Bahamas, Barbados, Saint. Croix, Aruba and many others....
The Caribbean islands is located at the tip of South America and it is enclosed by the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. See the MAP link I provided in resources.
There are many countries that conform the Caricom Association, but most of them and their island were British, Dutch, French or Portuguese colonies. Even thought their official language is not Spanish, a significant percentage of their population speak Spanish as a second language. Many others were… colonized by Spain, so for most of them Spanish is the official language. Some of these countries (with their spanish speaking islands) are: Cuba : Isla de la Juventud, Cayo Largo del Sur, Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo, Cayo Romano, Cayo Blanco, Cayo Sabinal, Cayo Santa MarÃa, Cayo Guajaba and ArchipiÃ©lago de los Colorados. PanamÃ¡ : Isla ColÃ³n, Cayos Zapatillas, Isla Bastimentos, Isla NarganÃ¡, Isla Naluenga, Isla El Porvenir, Isla Wichubwala, Isla Ukupseni, Cayos Holandeses, Isla Escudo de Veraguas and Isla Grande. Venezuela : Los Roques, Islas Chimanas, Islas Borrachas, Isletas de PÃritu, Isla Larga, Isla de Margarita, Isla de Coche, Isla de Cubagua, Islas Caracas, ArchipiÃ©lago Los Monjes, ArchipiÃ©lago Las Aves, ArchipiÃ©lago los Testigos, ArchipiÃ©lago Los Frailes, Isla Los Hermanos, Isla de Aves, Isla la Sola, Isla la Tortuga, Isla la Orchila, Isla la Blanquilla, Isla de Patos, Isla La Blanquilla, Gran Roque, Isla de San Carlos, Isla de Toas, Isla de Zapara, Isla Los PÃ¡jaros, Isla de Pescadores and Isla de Providencia. Colombia : Isla de San AndrÃ©s, Isla de Providencia, Isla Santa Catalina, Albuquerque, Bajo Nuevo, Cayo BolÃvar, Cayo Roncador, Cayo Rocoso, Cayo Santander, Isla Serranilla, Cayo Serrana, Banco Quita SueÃ±o, Isla Tierra Bomba, Islas Corales del Rosario and ArchipiÃ©lago de San Bernardo. Honduras : Isla RoatÃ¡n, Cayos Cochinos, Islas de la BahÃa, Guanaja, Utila and Islas del Cisne. MÃ©xico : Isla Contoy, Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, Isla Holbox, Isla Blanca, Cayo Sucio and Banco Chinchorro. Nicaragua : Islas del MaÃz, Cayos Miskitos and Cayos Perlas. Belice (even thought the official language is English, almost a 46% of the population speaks Spanish) : Cayo Ambergris, Islas Turneffe, Cayo Corker, Cayo San Jorge, Cayo Chapel and Cayo Goff. Puerto Rico : Culebra , Vieques , Mona , Monito , Desecheo , Caja de Muertos and Isla de Cabras. PaÃses Bajos (even thought the official language Dutch, most of the population speaks Sapanish): Aruba, Bonaire, Curazao , Saba, San Eustaquio and San MartÃn. France: Guadalupe and Martinica. Trinidad y Tobago : Trinidad, Tobago, Chacachacare, Gaspar Grande, Gasparillo, Isla Huevos, Isla Monos and PequeÃ±a Tobago. RepÃºblica Dominicana : Isla Saona, Isla Beata, Isla Catalina and Isla Alto Velo. (MORE)
The 3 countries in the Caribbean where Spanish is the officiallanguage are: . Cuba . The Dominican Republic . The United States territory of Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic are primarily spanishspeaking countries. Spanish is spoken on many of the other islandsand depending on where you go on a given island, it may also be theprimary language.
The three Caribbean countries where Spanish officially is spoken are Cuba , the Dominican Republic , and Puerto Rico . Undoubtedly, the language is understood, and spoken to some degree, throughout the region, but most particularly in Aruba , Trinidad and Tobago , and the Virgin Islands . Two …Caribbean island nations are Spanish-speaking (Cuba and the Dominican Republic), plus Puerto Rico if it is counted as a country. (MORE)
The Caribbean is located near the American continents, southeast of the Gulf of Mexico and Northern America, east of Central America and north of South America. Is a group of many islands divided in two groups (Greater Antilles and Lesser Antilles). The biggest island in the Caribbean is Cuba.
Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad an…d Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, U. S Virgin Islands Bahamas Jamaica (MORE)
Cuba, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico (US Commonwealth). The three Spanish speaking Caribbean countries are -Cuba -DominicanRepublic -Puerto Rico
Haiti is the largest French-speaking country in the Caribbean.Other, smaller Caribbean French-speaking countries includeMartinique, St. Martin, and Guadeloupe.
Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, Puerto Rico, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, U.S. Virgin …Islands (Wikipedia) (MORE)
3: Cuba, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico Note: Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States, it is not a country.
the Caribbean is near to America Caribbean is made up of many islands such as Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Jamaica Dominica The Republic Of Dominica Haiti Cuba and many more islands
Several islands in the Caribbean have French as a primary language.These include Dominica, Haiti, Saint Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe,French Guiana, Saint Martin, and Saint-Barthelemy.
Spanish-speaking countries of Central America are Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Panama. The only official language of Belize is English, but Spanish is widely used and officially recognized as a regional language. In the Caribbean: Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Puert…o Rico is also Spanish-speaking but is a territory of the United States. The islands of San Andres and Providencia are part of Colombia, which is Spanish-speaking, but most residents speak a creole language which is English-based but which has many Spanish loanwords. Spanish is an official language of Trinidad and Tobago but is not a majority language there. Papiamento, a Spanish-based creole language, is official in Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles, which are both Dutch territories in the Caribbean. (MORE)
Haiti, Martinique, St. Barts, and the French half of St. Marten are the most prominent.
The Caribbean is located at the north eastern part of South America and it is surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. . The Carribean islands are located out of the gulf of Mexico andacross from Venezula.
There are only six Dutch speaking countries in the Caribbean. Thiscountries are Saint Martin, Saba, Sint Eustatius, Aruba, Curacao,and Bonaire.
Caribbean is heaven on earth, its filled with beautiful beaches,wonderful & friendly people, great history, amazing food and alot more.. . There are many islands compromising the Caribbeanregion & one of my most favorite one is the Cayman Islands. TheCayman Islands is the place for complete relaxati…on, exquisitedining, stong cultural history, scenic beaches, great food &awesome underwater activities. I would recoomend you strongly totake a trip to the Cayman Islands and experience various things.One strong recommendation is diving in Cayman Islands to see underwater beauty but if you are like me and are scared of wearing aoxygen mask and going in water I would recommend trying CaymanIslands Submarines where you & your family have the rareopportunity to go underwater with Stingrays & Coral Reefswithout wearing any dive suits, oxygen mask or even getting wetBook Online now Cayman Islands Submarines (MORE)
it is a island cast as an country The Caribbean is not a country, it is an area/region made up ofmany countries/islands in the Caribbean Sea.
Haiti Martinique Guadeloupe Saint Martin (French side) Saint Barthelemy Dominica, St Lucia and Grenada (to a lesser degree) also speakFrench Creole.
They are sovereign states, with a separate government, with the main official language being spanish and being located in and around the carribean plate. (i.e. north of south America and south of north America. That is what they are.
Anguilla . Antigua and Barbuda . Aruba . Bahamas . Barbados . Belize(also in central america) . British Virgin Islands . Cayman Islands . Cuba . Dominica . Dominican Republic . Grenada . Guadeloupe . Haiti . Jamaica . Martinique . Montserrat . Netherlands Antilles . Puerto Rico .… Saint Barthelemy . Saint Kitts and Nevis . Saint Lucia . Saint Martin . Saint Vincent and the Grenadines . Trinidad and Tobago . Turks and Caicos Islands . U. S Virgin Islands . The Bahamas and Turks and Caicos are not in the Caribbean. They are North of the Caribbean in the Atlantic. Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands are not countries. They are part of the USA, therefore the USA is in the Caribbean (at least part of it). Then there are all the Caribbean countries on the coast from Venazuela through Mexico. They belong on this list. . there is dog island and seal island. (MORE)
the counries that speak english are i'm not sure a bout it but they are miami and your mom and dad countries look it up cause tht's where i got my answer . All of them. More than half the GNP of all Carib nations is generated by tourism. You can find helpful people willing to take your money in a…ny conceivable language. . If you i nvented a language, you'll find people on the beach willing to learn it... . ...for a small fee. Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Belize, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico (US territory), Ziint Maarten (NL protectorate), Virgin Islands (British and US territories), Aruba (NL), CuraÃ§ao (MORE)
Jamaica, which is physically in the Caribbean, south of Cuba. (The Bahamas are in the Atlantic Ocean, north of Cuba and east ofFlorida.)
1.cuba 9.honduras. 2.dominican republic 11.bolivia. 3.puerto rico 12.chile. 4.belize 13.colombia. 5.costa rico 14.ecudor. 6.el salvador 15.argentina. 7.guatemala 16.paraguy. 8.nicaraga 17.peru. 10.panama 18.uraguy. 19.venezuela
Independent countries: Haiti and partially Dominica. Colonies (oficially, by hypocrisy, they are not considered colonies): Martinique, Guadeloupe, Guyane, Saint Martin, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Lucia; also partially Saint Lucia.
The Spanish-speaking countries of the Carribean are: Cuba Dominican Republic Puerto Rico (included on some lists)
Haiti is mostly French-speaking, though Haitian Creole is more commonly spoken as a native language.
The Spanish-speaking Caribbean islands are: Cuba Puerto Rico (U.S. Commonwealth that has both Spanish & English as official languages) Dominican Republic All other Caribbean islands do not have Spanish as an official language, but many of them still understand it or have a majority population t…hat use it as a second language. (MORE)
Guyana suriname Trinidad and tobago grenada st.Vincent and the grenadins st.Lucia barbados martinique dominica guadeloupe antigua and barbuda st.kitts/st.christoper and nevis st.martin/st.maarten british.virgin.islands us.virgin.islands Puerto Rico dominican.republic haiti Jamaica cuba the.Bahamas T…urks and caicos islands cayman islands and Belize (MORE)
The US Virgin Islands are a group of Caribbean Islands that are aninsular area of the United States. The islands are divided intothree districts and those three districts are divided into twentysub-districts.
Lots of people in the Caribbean speak English and it is an officiallanguage in many islands there, but not everyone speaks English inthe Caribbean.
Well creole is different in different islands of the Caribbean. But some of the islands that speak a form of creole are Haiti, Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guyana....
Haiti is an example of a french speaking country in the Caribbean, where Creole is also spoken. Martinique is another example.
Cuba and the Dominican Republic both speak Spanish. Puerto Rico does, too, but technically it is not a separate country.
Cuba, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico have Spanish as their official language; Guadeloupe,Haiti, Martinique, St. Barthelemy and St. Martin French ; Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Saba, St.Eustatius and St. Maarten Dutch and Papiamento ; Haiti ' HaitianCreole ' .
Antigua and Barbuda Bahamas Barbados Cuba Dominica Dominican Republic Grenada Haiti Jamaica Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Trinidad and Tobago
You can go to coral world, swim with sharks, take a cruise, SCUBA dive, what else. If you took a Disney cruise, you can go to castaway cay, the best island ever
There are several different native languages and forms of Patois in the Caribbean, but English as a second language is very popular there and throughout many parts of the world.
There is no such thing as Spanish Caribbean but in the Caribbean most places do speak Spanish.But not all of them.
Caribbean Union of Countries show neighbourliness to Caribbean countries by inviting other countries to paticipate as workshops.
Some people might name Cuba as a communist country in the Caribbean Sea. The leadership extols the "virtues" of Marx's communism, however, Cuba is basically a dictatorship where the government is the main owner of the means of production. Other political parties are banned and there is no true freed…om of speech, nor is there any outlook for the government of Fidel Castro to follow the principles of Marxism. Defections of baseball athletes is common, and for decades peoples of all social & economic standing have risked their lives escaping from Cuba. Medical technology in Cuba was not sufficient for Castro when he became ill. He traveled to Spain for his medical treatment. This, after over 1/2 a century of Castro as dictator seems to fly in the face of "equal treatment for all". (MORE)
Depending on how you define "Carribean", there are more than 3 territories: Cuba Dominican Republica Costa Rica Guatemala Puerto Rico If you are only referring to Islands: Cuba Dominican Republic Puerto Rico
I believe the 2 are Colombia and Venezuelabecause; they both are bordered on the Caribbean Sea. I may be wrong but, I am 85% sure.
Saint Kitts (1623/1630/English for the final time in 1783) and Barbados (1627, uninhabited) were the first Caribbean Islands that were colonised by the English. The first to gain independence were Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago in 1962, where English is the official language (along with 16 oth…ers). (MORE)
Antuigua & Barbuda; Grenada; Guyana; The Bahamas; Haiti; Dominica; Trinidad & Tobago; St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Montserrat; Jamaica; Barbados; Belize; Suriname; St. Kitts & Nevis and Saint Lucia
Martinique, St Maarten (the French side... the other side is Dutch), St Barts, and Haiti. There is french on some of the other islands, but it is not a main language.
French is the official language of Haiti, Guadeloupe, Martinique,Saint Martin (French side), and Saint Barthelemy. With theexception of Haiti, all of these islands are French overseasterritories or departments. French Guiana, another French overseas department, is located inSouth America, but its n…orthern border is on the Caribbean. The official language of Dominica and Saint Lucia is English, butboth islands were at one point French territories, and many peoplestill speak a Creole dialect of French. (MORE)
Tres islas: Puerto Rico RepÃºblica Dominicana Cuba Cualquiera de los paises con costa en el Caribe Venezuela Colombia PanamÃ¡ Costa Rica Nicaragua Honduras