90% (2010 UNESCO)
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.