Saint-Lucia Creole is a creole based on French, mainly spoken in the Carribean country, Saint Lucia. It is a sub-variety of Antillean Creole, which is spoken in other islands of the Lesser Antilles and is very closely related to the varieties spoken in Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago. The intelligibility rate with speakers of other varieties of Antillean Creole is almost 100%. Its syntactic, grammatical and lexical features are virtually identical to that of Martinican Creole, though, like its Dominican counterpart, it includes more English loanwords than the Martinican variety.
This language is not currently taught at IU. We do have access to archived materials and resources. Learn more about St. Lucian Creole here.