Jamaican Creole

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Date: June 4, 1997
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In past years, linguists have argued that Jamaican Creole is not a language it is just a form of speaking improper English. However avid speakers of Jamaican Creole would argue that it is a language, it should be taught in schools and it should become the official language of the country to embrace the true culture of Jamaica...
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However avid speakers of Jamaican Creole would argue that it is a language, it should be taught in schools and it should become the official language of the country to embrace the true culture of Jamaica. However avid speakers of English in Jamaica did not like the idea of using Creole for formal setting, such as the politicians speaking Creole in the house of parliament and they did not like the idea of seeing traffic signs reading “nuh park ya so” or “ungle one way”...
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