Month: October 2016

“Questions I’ve always had but never knew… or thought… I could ask” Series. 

(If you don’t want to get mad you may not want to continue reading) 1. Why do we refer to our Kriolu language as “Portuguese dialect”? Or a mixture of Portuguese and African?&nbsp… Source: “Questions I’ve always had but never knew… or thought… I could ask” Series. 

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“Questions I’ve always had but never knew… or thought… I could ask” Series. 

(If you don’t want to get mad you may not want to continue reading) 1. Why do we refer to our Kriolu language as “Portuguese dialect”? Or a mixture of Portuguese and African?  Both terms are factually incorrect. A dialect infers mutual intelligibility. Portuguese and Kriolu are not. Most Cape Verdeans understand Portuguese because it’s taught in the schools and is the language of … Read More “Questions I’ve always had but never knew… or thought… I could ask” Series. 

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