Languages of GrenadaSee language map.
Grenada. 89,211. National or official language: English. Grenada, Carriacou, and Petit Martinique Islands. Literacy rate: 95% (1991 WA). Also includes East Indian (3,300). Deaf population: 5,699. Deaf institutions: 1. The number of languages listed for Grenada is 3. Of those, all are living languages.
750 in Grenada (2004).
Dialects: Grenadian English.
Classification: Indo-European, Germanic, West, English
|Grenadian Creole English||
Dialects: Carriacou Creole English. Closest to Trinidad and Barbados.
Classification: Creole, English based, Atlantic, Eastern, Southern
|Grenadian Creole French||
2,300 in Grenada (2004). Carriacou Island. On northern Grenada Island it is in scattered pockets, mainly in rural areas.
Alternate names: Lesser Antillean Creole French.
Dialects: Patwa, Patois.
Classification: Creole, French based