How many African countries that speak creole?
Three African countries have a substantial percentage of their population speak a creole language. Guinea-Bisseau Creole is based on Portuguese, and Liberia and Sierra Leone have English-based creole languages.
The following countries in South America speak Spanish: Argentina Bolivia Chile Colombia Ecuador Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela Non-Spanish speaking countries of South America: In Brazil, they speak Portuguese Falkland Islands (Las Islas Malvinas), they speak English (about 10% speak Spanish) French Guiana, they speak French Guyana, they speak English and Creole Suriname, they speak Dutch Trinidad and Tobago, which many people classify as South America because it is right on the coast of Venezuela, they…
yes, people in Africa speak french. Here are some countries that speak french. Benin Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Chad Comoros Republic of the Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo Côte d'Ivoire Djibouti Gabon Guinea Madagascar Mali Niger Rwanda Senegal Seychelles Togo As you can see, many of the African countries speak French. 20 of the countries in Africa have French as their official language.
The major languages spoken by many Africans are Arabic, French, English, Swahili, Hausa, and Portuguese. Many of the North African countries are Muslim and/or Arab countries. Like Egypt, Sudan, Algeria and Somalia, Arabic is the national language. As for African-Americans and Black Hispanics speak English slang and/or Spanish. Most Africans speak indigenous languages coming from the Niger-Congo family, they are the second most diverse group from Asia.
Which continent has nearly 20 countries where French is either the national language or is recognized as a primary language?
The word "Creole" refers to a category of languages that are a combination of 2 completely different languages. There are more than 100 different creole languages spoken in the world today. The most common creoles are English-based, French-based, and Spanish based creoles. The people who speak creole languages are sometimes called creoles, but they represent many different cultures.
African-Americans say many things a bit differently, just like people from the south or other countries. They have accents. ^ (Not true at all some speak different its called slang or because they are from somewhere else in the U.S and not just black people speak slang white people as well along with others.For an example how many African Americans do you see on tv that talk proper? alot)