Trinidad and Tobago

Talk

English is the official language. Words are spelt with British spellings (e.g. colour, labour, tyre, etc.). English Creole (though it is not referred to by locals by that name) is very frequently used for informal communication among locals. It’s mostly an oral language, and is seldom written (and then just by ad-lib).

(source: Wikitravel)

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