Rodriguan creole

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Rodriguan Creole
Kreol Rodriguais
Native to Rodrigues
Native speakers
40,000  (date missing)[citation needed]
Language codes
ISO 639-3
Linguasphere 51-AAC-ced

Rodriguan Creole is a dialect of Mauritian Creole spoken on the island of Rodrigues in the Indian Ocean. The number of speakers is estimated at 40,000.[citation needed] On the island of Rodrigues, like in the rest of the republic of Mauritius, English is the official language and French is also spoken.

Public warning in the Rodriguan variety of Mauritian Creole in Port Mathurin (pas zet salte ici: don't throw any litter here)

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