Haitian Creole is a creole language based on the French language. It is spoken in Haiti by about 8.5 million people (as of 1998), which is nearly the whole population. Via immigration, about 1.5 million speakers live in other countries, including Canada, the United States, and France, as well as many Caribbean nations, especially the Dominican Republic, Cuba, and the Bahamas. There are linguistic influences from several West African languages, namely from Wolof, and some Gbe languages, notably Fon and Ewe/Anlo-Ewe. There are two dialects: Fablas and Plateau. Haitian Creole is not to be confused with Haïtian Vodoun Culture language.

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