What languages are spoken in Liberia?


  • What languages are spoken in Liberia?


  • The official language of Liberia is English, but regional dialects are also spoken.

    Bandi is the most spoken language in Liberia. Over 100,000 people in Liberia speak it.

    Followed by Bassa, spoken by over 403,300 people in Liberia.

    Then Dan, spoken by over 175,000 people in Liberia.

    kpelle

    English 20% (official), some 20 ethnic group languages, of which a few can be written and are used in correspondence.
    Liberian English. It is a derivative of American English, but it is more slang like. The last few letters of each word are dropped off. What is your name? Sounds like, Where is your knee. It is difficult and sounds like a new language, but it really is a derivative of English.
    Liberias first Language is English.
    Liberia is a country
    there are over 100 languages spoken in liberia :):) you welcome subscribe me
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  • @happymeercat282 Quite informative. Thanks for sharing this.


  • @purplesnake135 said in What languages are spoken in Liberia?:

    What languages are spoken in Liberia?

    More than two dozen languages are spoken in Liberia. English is the official language. Predominant languages include Kpelle, Bassa, Grebo, Dan, Kru, Mano, Loma, and Mandingo

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