How do you say very unique in Jamaican?
jamaican is broken English so it is said the same way
They are Jamaican.
The way some Jamaican say the word you. His yo or u
Say beer can in a british accent. I just teached you how to say bacon in Jamaican.
you say i love in jamaican mi love yu
The fact that all of food is smoked.
the only way to make it unique is to make it unique for her, not by getting it off the internet
No, "most unique" is not correct usage. "Unique" means one of a kind, so something is either unique or it is not: there cannot be different degrees of uniqueness, and something cannot be very unique or most unique. It is not uncommon to hear people say "very unique" or "most unique", but this is not correct. They should be using "unusual" if they want to use it with "very" or "most".
You say "Hello".
in jamaican you say you are so bad the same way you would say it in English because jamaicans speak English but with an accent.
Jamaican isn't a language. Their indigenous language is Arawakan.
It's just yes. Jamaican is just broken English.
"hi in Jamaician patois" Some of us(I'm Jamaican) say, "What a gwaan?" or "yuh good?"
to say merry Christmas in jamaican is marry chrissmass (ma.hry chris.mas) [im jamaican]
Um, in a Jamaican Accent - you say "like yeah man" I hope this helps?
You say them the same way you say them in English.
Patois is a Jamaican language dialect. To say the English phrase 'thank you' in Jamaican patois one would say the phrase 'tenk yuh'.
i dont know anything about jamaicans culture, but i want to know how you say peace in the jamaican way.and the way they dress .
Its Jamaican.... very few if any bahamian say mon.... reference point: I'm bahamian
we just say God..or GAD..
I would say if your parents are not Jamaican and you think you are. Perhaps they were on vacation and you were born there. That would made you a Jamaican native. I hope this satisfies your curiosity!
There is no such language as Jamaican. If you mean Jamaican English, then it's the same as North American English.
try and trying
A wen mi nuh
fren' or bred'rin
That is what was said or so they say.
Good morning is the same in Jamaican English as it is in all other dialects of English.
When I was there, they were called dollars.
good night in Jamaica
i be missin' ya babe.
Soy de Jamaica.
Answer dah question yah
As in candy or is it a be bae (baby)
The Jamaican accent is very musical, with a lot of tonal ups and downs. Jamaicans speak English, but very quickly and with a lot of local slang.
Jamaica is an English-speaking country.
No, Jamaican children often do better in the US because our educational syllabus is very combust.
They actually mean that something is unusual or uncommon but the word unique has been misued for so long that it is becoming accepted to use it this way.
its unique because its very unique ...
If something is unique, it means it is the only one of its kind. An artist who makes vases by hand can say that each vase is unique if no two are exactly the same. You can also refer to the unique values in a list of numbers or text values. For instance, you could have a group of 28 test scores with only 15 unique values in that group, because there are multiple occurrences… Read More
nu nu? (You know?)
Jamaica is an English speaking country. You would say the same thing whether you are speaking standard English or Jamaican Patois, which is a dialect of English, and not a separate language.
Lickamore is see you later.
Goodbye. They speak English in Jamaica.
You say youre jamaican me crazy!
with your mouth and you say unique New York