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Patois or Jamaican Creole as a spoken dialect is not easily defined or can be placed in a simple context of a language. 

Jamaicans are a unique set of people known all over the globe for our food, dance, music, and the creative ways in which we articulate.

In this episode Sean and Julia highlights some of the most commonly misused used words and or phrases that are indigenous to the Jamaican population. You don’t want to miss this one!

A few years later, most of this rabble had lost whatever convictions drove their violence. Even deluded demagogues renounced their youthful dreams.

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