90% of the population of Mauritius speaks the Mauritian Creole language. Have you heard of this language before? Let’s tell you five interesting things about this language.
It is strange but true that Mauritius has no official language. Mauritius’s Constitution states, “The official language of Mauritius shall be English, but any member may address the chair in French.” This implies that both English and French are the official languages of Mauritius. However, 90% of the population of Mauritius speaks Mauritian Creole, which is French-based Creole.Continue reading “5 Things You need to Know about Mauritian Creole Language”