Caribbean language


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Noun1.Caribbean language - the family of languages spoken by the Carib
American-Indian language, Amerind, Amerindian language, American Indian, Indian - any of the languages spoken by Amerindians
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A top music insider said: "There's no way we can release an album with Amy singing in a Caribbean language.
Yet without McKay's early Fabianist Jamaican "dialect" poetry united with his later Marxist incendiary sonnets, it is difficult to imagine the development of the Caribbean language verse of uprising, from the Ja "patwa" dub poetry of Linton Kwesi Johnson to the stirring lyricism of the Bajan Brathwaite himself.
The Caribbean poet's voice, the self, is always at the center of the poetry, and this voice relies heavily on the Caribbean language, history, and culture.
The first three Caribbean Language Conferences held biannually in Trinidad and the one held in Guyana are examples of teachers and educators in the region coming together to find ways to improve the profession.

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