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Guadeloupe's sole official language is French, which is spoken by nearly all of the population as it is a region of France. In addition, most of the population can also speak Guadeloupean Creole, a variety of Antillean Creole French.
Antillean Creole is a French-lexified creole language spoken primarily in the Lesser Antilles. Its grammar and vocabulary also include elements of Caribe and African languages. Antillean Creole is related to Haitian Creole, but has a number of distinctive features. The language was formerly more widely spoken in the Lesser Antilles, but it has mostly vanished from Tobago and the number of speakers is declining in Grenada. While the islands of Dominica and Saint Lucia are officially English-speaking, there are efforts in both countries to preserve the use of Antillean Creole and in recent decades, it has gone from being seen as a sign of lower socio-economic status to a mark of national pride. Dominican speakers of Antillean Creole call the language Kwéyòl.
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