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Creoles are people who originated from African, French, and Spanish backgrounds. They are mostly from Louisiana, near New Orleans.


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Creoles are a type of language spoken all over the world. They are created when a pidgin language is taught to children and becomes standardized

[A pidgin is a simplified language that is created when two or more groups try to communicate but do not have a language in common. Pidgins are not standardized and are incomplete by most definitions.]

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I am Creole . We Creoles are a mix of French , Spanish , Native American and African . We are from Louisiana . There are also Creoles in the West Indies with French and Spanish descent . Us Creoles from Louisiana are descendants of French and Spainsh colonial settlers in Louisiana .

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