90% (2010 UNESCO)
Catalan, Chinese (25,000), Japanese (1,500), North Levantine Spoken Arabic (3,000), Southwestern Caribbean Creole English (22,000)
There are at least 30 primary schools for deaf students, most of which use a variety of ASL
The number of individual languages listed for Dominican Republic is 4. All are living languages. Of these, 1 is institutional, 2 are developing, and 1 is in trouble.