Creole ranked 10th most common foreign language spoken at Home in United States

The presence of the Haitian community in the United States is undeniable. Whether in politic, school or at the work place, it is hard to avoid our influence. A recent report just released has discovered that the Haitian presence and influence in the U.S. has in fact increased during the past 14 years in America.

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Creole ranked 10th most common foreign language spoken at Home in United States

According to the survey, the number of Creole speakers in United States has increased by 73 percent from 2000 to 2014. In 2000, Creole was the 14th most common language spoken at home. In 2014, it is ranks 10th.

Creole speakers are found mainly in South Florida, Massachusetts, and in New York City.

While the Haitian Creole Influence has increased in the US, other formerly known languages have been decreasing steadily. The report noted that since 2000, Italian and Polish have dropped off the list of the top 10 non-English languages in common use in the U.S.

The term French Creole used in the census did not include Cajun or Patois fornd in Louisiana.

Kreyol Pale, Kreyol Kompran

Mezanmi, lè ke nou tande yo di: "Ayisyen fini pran Amerika nan min Blan-an" sanble se vre oui. Nou pa tande te ginyin yon etid ki te fet, ki treouve ke Kreyol se yon lang ki vini tombe kom diziem lang etranje ke fanmiy pale Ozeta-Zini.

An 2000, Krekoy te konsidere kom 14 ziem lang ke yo te pale plis. Jodia, li konsidere kom 10 ziem lang ki pi popilè. Minm etid sa trouve ke itilizasyon Kreyol Ozeta-Zini vini monte plis pase 73 poucan.

Alos, kreyol Pale,kreyol Kompran.

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Julio says...

Mwen santi m fye pou Lang Kreyol, Lang matenel Natogma natal chak Ayosyen natif natal Ayiti Toma. Peyi Toissaint Louverure, Capois Lamort, Henri Christophe, Dessalines

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