U.S. Virgin Islands

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U.S. Virgin Islands
A country in Americas
The number of individual languages listed for U.S. Virgin Islands is 4. Of these, 3 are living and 1 is extinct. Of the living languages, 1 is indigenous and 2 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional, 1 is developing, and 1 is vigorous.
Sovereignty Comment
Organized unincorporated insular area of the United States
Population Full

106,000 (2016 UNSD)

General Remarks
The Virgin Islands consist of the three main islands Saint Croix, the largest, Saint Thomas, and Saint John, as well as numerous adjacent islets
Principal Languages
English
Literacy Rate
90%–95%
Immigrant Languages
French, Papiamentu, Spanish (16,800)
Deaf Population
110–200
Language Counts
The number of individual languages listed for U.S. Virgin Islands is 4. Of these, 3 are living and 1 is extinct. Of the living languages, 1 is indigenous and 2 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 1 is institutional, 1 is developing, and 1 is vigorous.
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