Guyanese Creole language resources – Language Links Database

Guyanese Creole (Creolese by its speakers or simply Guyanese) - is an English-based creole language spoken by people in Guyana. Linguistically, it is similar to other English dialects of the Caribbean region, based on 19th-century English and has loan words from African, Indian, Arawakan, and older Dutch languages.

More information: Wikipedia

Native speakers: (undated figure of 650,000 in Guyana) 50,000 in Suriname (1986)

Native to: Guyana

Guyanese Creole Grammar and Pronunciation

Guyanese Creole Reading Materials

Guyanese Creole Dictionaries

Guyanese Creole Listening and Video Resources

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