Di Nyoo Testiment eena Bileez Kriol (BZJNT)
Belize Kriol – (bzj) Belize Belize was formerly British Honduras and is located on the northeastern coast of Central America. The 1991 census showed that there were 55,051 Belize speakers in 1990 and while most live in Belize City, the rest of the population tends to speak Creole. For the majority of the population Belize Kriol is a second or third language. Many of the rural villages are Creole speaking who tend to live along the coast or other waterways. Alternate names for the language are Northern Central American Creole, Kriol and Creola. Language development includes Newspapers, Radio programs, TV, Dictionary, Grammar and Bible portions in 1999. The writing system is in the Latin Script.
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