What pidgin or Creole language is spoken by the most people today?
#89160. Asked by author. (Nov 28 07 12:35 PM)
Pidgin languages do not have native speakers. Creole languages do.
By number of native speakers, Haitian Creole is the 73rd most widely spoken language in the world, and the most widely spoken creole language, with some 7.8 million estimated native speakers and 12 million total speakers (mostly in Haiti and in other parts of the Caribbean). Jamaican Creole is next, with 2.8 million native speakers and 3.2 million speakers overall (making it the 139th most commonly spoken language in the world).
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