Languages of U.S. Virgin IslandsSee language map.
U.S. Virgin Islands. 108,775. National or official language: English. U.S. Territory. 50 small islands plus St. John, St. Croix, St. Thomas. Literacy rate: 90%–95%. Immigrant languages: French (800), Papiamentu (200), Spanish (4,440). Deaf institutions: 2. The number of individual languages listed for U.S. Virgin Islands is 3. Of those, 2 are living languages and 1 has no known speakers.
|Virgin Islands Creole English||
52,300 in U.S. Virgin Islands (1980 WA). Population total all countries: 88,700. Also in British Virgin Islands, Netherlands Antilles.
Dialects: Cruzan. St. Croix, St. Eustatius, St. John, and Saba are most similar. Alleyne says it is post-creole English.
Classification: Creole, English based, Atlantic, Eastern, Southern