It is very important to speak the language you are more...

Marie Nelson - January 17 2019, 2:37 PM

It is very important to speak the language you are more comfortable with. If Creole is the language, by the way is our official language, you are able to communicate your needs, concerns, or even to reach out to others; stick with it and be proud of it. Do not take the risk of not getting your messages across by speaking a language that you are not very familiar with.

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