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Lots of people in the Caribbean speak English and it is an official language in many islands there, but not everyone speaks English in the Caribbean.
The Reasons why the English went to the Caribbean was: 1)For the Riches 2)To start a plantation 3)For the lands
It's the same most of the Caribbean speak English
English Spanish French and Haitian Creole are major languages in the Caribbean. Caribbean is not a language itself, just a sea and region.
The two most widely spoken languages in the Caribbean are:EnglishFrench
they speak English
English is spoken in most of the Caribbean countries but the rest is Spanish and French.
English and Spanish
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Name Name two traditional religions to which people in the English speaking Caribbean belong .
King Carolina IXX of England
For crying out loud, Caribbean is not a language. People there speak either English, Spanish, French, Ducth, or a dialect of those languages. OK then how would I say Welcome to Club Caribbean if I were living somewhere in the Caribbean - anything but English and please excuse my ignorance Figure out how to say it in one of the languages mentioned above or say it in English with a Caribbean accent like "Wellcome to d Careebeean Club"
French, English and Spanish are all languages that were introduced to the Caribbean by settlers or colonists looking to make a home or earn a profit there.
Depends on where in the Caribbean you are. All Caribbean countries (except Haiti) have a European language (English mostly, as well as Spanish, French and Dutch) as the country's official language.
Carolina was divided into North and South Carolina.
French (Guadeloupe, Martinique), English, Dutch