Creole Languages

 Kokoy was introduced to Dominica by immigrants from Antigua and Montserrat towards the end of the 19th century.Those hard-working persons were largely of the Protestant faith in particular Methodists. They worked on the estates of Hatton Garden, Londonderry and Eden at Wesley as well as on the Woodford Hill Estate.

History of the Kwéyòl Language

Kwéyòl is a language spoken which has its origins in French and West African languages. French is reflected in the lexicon (vocabulary) while the African is reflected in the syntax (grammar).

Words and Expression

Language is the primary means of perpetuating culture.

Its presence is a living representation of a people’s way of life. The disappearance or destruction of a language usually signals

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