Creole: If the majority speak & respond to a dialect, then it becomes a language.

Creole has become a language for Haitians.

If you have a country where the majority of its people speak & respond only to a dialect, then it becomes a language.

Even though creole doesn't have intricate grammatical components, it is the only means of communication for the majority of Haitians.

We should stop worrying about if it's a language/dialect or comparing it to French.

Rather, we should embrace our language and create new & easier way for people to learn how to read & write it. That way, we will eliminate or decrease the illiteracy problem.


Re: DameMarie

Hey, I was born there myself, but I left when I was 2 years old. I can still find some pictures for you, because my...

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