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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of creoles

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of creoles:
/kɹiowlz/

Derived Form of creoles

noun
root word: creole
plural: creoles
verb
root word: creole
Noun: creole
1
a person descended from French ancestors in southern United States (especially Louisiana)
Type ofAmerican*,
2
a person of European descent born in the West Indies or Latin America
Type ofAmerican*,
3
a mother tongue that originates from contact between two languages
Type ofnatural language*, tongues,
TypesHaitian Creole*,
See alsoCreole,

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  1. WHICH MADE THEM CREOLES.
  2. THE CREOLES HAD AN ELEVATED STATUS IN ALASKA.
  3. AND THEN THERE WERE CREOLES WHO SPOKE 3 AND 4.
  4. about this phenomenon, which is all of the creoles have
  5. Creoles from all over the planet that
  6. Even stranger are creoles, languages that almost come to life out of the bones of other
  7. Today, I'm going to talk about some special kind of languages, called Pidgins and Creoles.
  8. There are many pidgins and many creoles around the world.
  9. Well, Pidgins and Creoles are new languages that developped
  10. Many Pidgins and Creoles have arisen when colonial powers came into contact with local people,
  11. So, what is the difference between Pidgins and Creoles?
  12. Well, Pidgins are non native lingua francas while Creoles have native speakers.
  13. and, within one generation, sometimes became Creoles.
  14. Some Creoles are based on English. For example, Jamaican Creole.
  15. Some Creoles are based on French,
  16. Pidgins and Creoles are fascinating because they are proof that languages are living entities,
  17. To learn more about Creole languages, check out my video on Pidgins and Creoles right here.
  18. 2 creole languages that I'm familiar with are Tok Pisin and Bislama, which are spoken in Melanesia and they are English-based creoles.
  19. more about pidgins and creoles and how
  20. Creoles usually arise when communities of people who share no common