What languages are spoken in Martinique?

French and Antillean Creole
Martinique is still part of France. People from martinique speak a dialect of French and a mix language called a creole language.

So people from france go to martinique will not understand their language so well what the people say in Martinique. Some people in Martinique speak English but English is not their main language
The official language of Martinique is French

french and creol

Yes, and Creole French is also widely spoken in addition. La Martinique is a French oversea region.
As Martinique is part of France, the people there speak French, although the accent can be hard for non-native speakers to understand as it can be a mix of French and Creole.
The official language in Martinique is French, (Martinique is an overseas department of France) although most people speak Antillian Creole, a language based on French.
Yes people in Martinique speak French although a couple people speak English. There also something called Martinique Creole
The inhabitants of Martinique are French citizens with full political and legal rights. Martinique sends four deputies to the French National Assembly and two senators to the French Senate. So the speak french
French :] It's one of the French Caribbean islands, or 'Les Antilles Fran├žaises'
French and Antillean Creole
The 1 official language of Martinique is French, which is spoken by virtually the entire population.

In addition, most residents can also speak Martiniquan Creole French, a form of Antillean Creole closely related to the varieties spoken in neighboring English-speaking islands of Saint Lucia and Dominica.

Unlike other varieties of French creole such as Mauritian Creole, Martinican Creole is not readily understood by speakers of Standard French.
French and Antillean Creole