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Welcome to Corozal, Belize
"Creole people is the most extended language when mother tongue and second/third language speakers are included. 37% of Belizeans consider their primary language to be Kriol, an English Creole of words and syntax from various African languages (namely Akan, Igbo, and Twi), and other languages (Miskito, Central American Spanish). It is also a second or third language for another 40% of the multilingual country.
Kriol shares similarities with many Caribbean English Creole people as far as phonology and pronunciations are concerned. Also, many of its words and structures are both lexically and phonologically similar to English, its superstrate language. Due to the fact that it is English-based, all Kriol speakers can understand English. A number of linguists classify Belizean Kriol as a separate language, while others consider it to be a dialect of English."