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E. G. O’NEILL
P. BUCK
T. S. ELIOT
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P. WHITE
I. B. SINGER
C. MILOSZ
E. CUNETTI
W. GOLDING
W. SOYINKA
J. BRODSKY
N. GORDIMER
D. WALCOTT
T. MORRISON
S. HEANEY
V. S. NAIPAUL
J. M. COETZEE
H. PINTER
D. LESSING
AUSTRALIA
U. S. A.
U. S. A.
U. S. A.
U. K.
NIGERIA
U. S. A.
S. AFRICA
SAINT LUCIA
U. S. A.
IRELAND
U. K.
S. AFRICA
U. K.
U. K.
FRENCH
 
SPANISH
 
GERMAN
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SWEDISH
 
ITALIAN
 
RUSSIAN
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BORROWED WORDS
THE FOLLOWING WORDS HAVE BEEN ADOPTED FROM OTHER LANGUAGES
WITH ONLY SOME MINOR SPELLING CHANGES.
ALGONOKIAN EGYPTIAN BASQUE POLISH HUNGARIAN PORTUGUESE ABORIGINE




NORWEGIAN TURKISH IRISH WELSH PERSIAN AFRICAN HEBREW




POLYNESIAN S.A.INDIAN ESKIMO HAITIAN CHINESE RUSSIAN SCANDINAVIAN
Jai Alai
Bizarre
Polka
Borscht
Pharaoh
Gum
Totem
Chimpmunk
WHISKEY
Leprechaun
Ski
Ombudsman
Turban
COFFEE
Flannel
Cromlech
Taboo
TATTOO
Mukluk
Kayak
Barbecue
Cassava
Quinine
Tapioca
Coach
Goulash
Hussar
Paprika
Albino
Fetish
Marmalade
Molasses
Boomerang
KANGAROO
Kiwi
Koala
Caravan
Mogul
Shah
Shawl
Goober
Gumbo
Okra
Yam
Gung ho
KETCHUP
Kowtow
Tea
Inteligentisia
Samovar
Steppe
Tundra
Cinnamon
Jubilee
Messiah
Rabbi
EGG
Fiord
saga
Smorgasbord
MALAY YIDDISH DUTCH




ARABIC JAPANESE N. A. INDIAN




GERMAN HINDI GREEK
ITALIAN LATIN SPANISH FRENCH
Amuck
Caddy
Gong
Paddy
Bagel
Kibitzer
Kosher
Schlemiel
Brandy
Clipper
Coleslaw
Waffle
HAIKU
Rickshaw
Soy
Tycoon
Circus
Dialect
Dogma
Nausea
Algebra
Fakir
Lemon
Harem
Cashmere
Chutney
Dinghy
Shampoo
Canoe
Hickory
Moccasin
Powwow
Dachshund
Delicatessen
Kindergarten
Poodle
Balcony
Baroque
Broccoli



Fiasco
Fresco
Pilot
Portico
Prima Donna
Regatta
Replica
Alias
Alibi
Axis
Calculus
Campus
Cancer
Extra
Forum
Fungus
Gratis
Banana
Bonanza
Bronco
Canyon
Chili



Cocoa
Corral
Junta
Lariat
Machete
Bourbon
Cadet
CAMOUFLAGE
Clique
Corsage
Crevasse
Critique
Levee
CHEF
Motif
Parole
Rapport
BORROWED PHRASES
R
F
N
C
H
L
A
T
I
N
E
The Voice Of The People
Time Flies
Situation As Is, Without Change
An Unwelcome Person
Method Of Operation
After The Fact, Retroactive
Sincere; Genuine
One’ S Other Self; A Confidential Friend
To The Point Of Disgust
Without Limit
AD NAUSEAM
ALTER EGO
BONA FIDE
EX POST FACTO
MODUS OPERANDI
PERSONA NON GRATA
STATUS QUO
AD INFINITUM
TEMPUS FUGIT
VOX POPULI
Pet Aversion
The Very Best
On The Contrary
In A Natural State
Final, Decisive Action
Have A Good Journey
Policy Of Noninterference
Meal Dishes Separately Priced
Major Or Chief Item Of A Series
Sudden Change In Government
Face To Face; In Relation To
Sophistication; Know-how
Newly Or Recently Rich
Of Highest Quality
Double Meaning
A Social Error
Pen Name
BETE NOIR
CREME DE LA CREME
AU CONTRAIRE
AU NATUREL
COUP DE GRACE
BON VOYAGE
LAISSEZ FAIRE
A LA CARTE
PIECE DE RESISTANCE
COUP D’ETAT
VIS-A-VIS
SAVOIR FAIRE
NOUVEAU RICHE
PAR EXCELLENCE
DOUBLE ENTENDRE
FAUX PAS
NOM DE PLUME
WORDS FROM PEOPLE’S NAMES
Ampere
Babbitt
Begonia
Bloomers
Boycott
Boysenberry
Braille
Bunsen Burner
Camelia
Cardigan
Cereal
Chauvinist
Daguerreotype
Dalia
Diesel Engine
Doily
Dunce

Ferris Wheel
Forsythia
Gerrymandering
Guillotine
Hooligan
Kaiser
Loganberry
Lotharic
Lynch
Macadam
Machiavellian
Mackintosh
Magnolia
Malthusian
Marcel
Macronigram
Masochistic
Maverick
Melba Toast
Mercerize
Nicotine
Ohm
Pasteurize

Pollyanna
Pompadour
Praline
Pullman
Quisling
Raglan
Sadist
Sandwich
Saxophone
Sequoia
Shrapnel
Silhouette
Spoonerism
St. Bernard Dog
Teddy Bear
Timothy
Titian
Tommy Atkins
Tommy-gun
Victorian
Volt
Watt
Wisteria
ZEPPELIN
Fuchsia
Gaillardia
Galvanize
Gardinia
NATIVE SPEAKER?
SHORT FORMS
ABBREVIATIONS
FLIP-FLOP WORDS
ACRONYMS
SIMILIES
WORD TWINS TRIPLETS AND QUADRUPLETS
C
O
L
O
R
S

ANIMALS
SYNONYMS
TWO WORD VERBS: TO GET
SLANG WORDS AND PHRASES
TEXTING
FAMILY TREE
BEEF + BUFFALO
BICYCLE + RICKSHAW
BLOW + SPURT
BOAT + HOTEL
BROILED + ROASTED
CHUCKLE + SNORT
EGG + DEALER
EUROPE + ASIA
FANTASTIC + FABULOUS
FISH + SANDWICH
FLUSTER + HURRY
BREAKFAST + LUNCH
GUESS + ESTIMATE
BEEFALO
BISHAW
BLURT
BOTEL
BROASTED
CHORTLE
EGGLER
EURASIA
FANTABULOUS
FISHWICH
FLURRY
BRUNCH
GUESSTIMATE
AWOL
 
BEMS
 
BIZ
 
CAPS
 
CELEBS
 
CHIMP
 
CO-OP
 
COP
EMCEE
 
E
XAM
 
FLU
 
GATOR
LUBE
 
MATH
REPS
 
REV
COPTER
 
CROC
 
CUKE
 
DEEJAY
 
DELI
HI-FI
 
HIPPO
  
HOOD
LAB
 
LIMO
GYM
HOSE
 
INFO
MAYO
 
MEMO
 
MORN
 
MUMS
 
PEKE
PHONE
 
PHOTO
 
PIX
 
PJ’S
 
P.O.
RHINO
 
SARGE
 
SAX
 
SCI FI
 
SITCOM
 
THRU
TUX
 
UMP
 
VET
 
WIZ
SST
B and B
BLT
DNA
MVP
PA
PC
PE
RV
Bed And Breakfast (An Establishment [As An Inn Or Guesthouse] Offering Lodging And Breakfast)
 A Bacon, Lettuce, And Tomato Sandwich
Deoxyribonucleic Acid
 Most Valuable Player
Public Address (System); A System For Amplifying Sound By Means Of Microphones, Usually For Public Speaking Personal
Computer (A Small Computer For Use By An Individual Or Small Business)
Physical Education
Recreational Vehicle (A Vehicle [As A Motor Home Or Trailer] Equipped For Use In Camping)
Supersonic Transport (A Supersonic Transport Air Plane)
SHORTEST ABBREVIATION
EL PUEBLO DE NUESTRA SEÑORA LA REINA DE LOS ÁNGELES DE PORCIUNCULA
L.A.
ASAP
EVA
LASER
POO
RADAR
SOM
SCUBA
SWAK
TOK
WASP
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

EXTRA VEHICULAR ACTIVITY
 
LIGHT AMPLIFICATION by STIMULATED EMISSION
 
PROGRAM ZERO-ZERO
 
RADIO DETECTING AND RANGING
 
START OF MESSAGE
 
SELF-CONTAINED UNDERWATER BREATHING APPARATUS
 
SEALED WITH A KISS
 
THRUST O.K.
 
WHITE ANGLO SAXON PROTESTANT
ABBA-DABBA
BIBBLE-BABBLE
BOO-HOO
BOOGIE-WOOGIE
BOW-WOW
CLICK-CLACK
CHILLER-DILLER
CHIT-CHAT
CLICK-CLACK
CLICKETY-CLACKETY
CLIP-CLOP
DILLY-DALLY
DING-A-LING
DING-DONG
DRIBBLE-DRABBLE
DUCKY-WUCKY
EVEN-STEVEN
FIDDLE-FADDLE
FLIM-FLAM
FLIP-FLOP
FUDDY-DUDDY
FUZZY-WUZZY
GIGGLE-GAGGLE
HANKY-PANKY
HARUM-SCARUM
HEEBIE-JEEBIES
HELTER-SKELTER
HIPPETY-HOPPETY
HOCUS-POCUS
HOITY-TOITY
HOKEY-POKEY
HOOTCHIE-COOTCHIE
HULLY-GULLY
HUMPTY-DUMPTY
HUNKY-DORY
HURDY-GURDY
HURLY-BURLY
ITSY-BITSY
JIBBER-JABBER
JINGLE-JANGLE
LOVEY-DOVEY
MISH-MASH
MUMBO-JUMBO
NAMBY-PAMBY
OKEY-DOKEY
PALSY-WALSY
PIGGLY-WIGGLY
PIGGY-WIGGY
PING-PONG
PITTER-PATTER
PLIP-PLOP
RAGGLE-TAGGLE
RAZZLE-DAZZLE
RINKY-DINKY
ROWFY-DOWDY
RUB-DUB
SCRIBBLE-SCRABBLE
SEE-SAW
SHILLY-SHALLY
SHIP-SHAPE
SPLISH-SPLASH
SUPER-DUPER
TEENY-WEENY
TEENSY-WEENSY
TEETER-TOOTER
TICK-TOCK
TICKY-TACKY
TIP-TOP
TIPPETY-TOPPETY
TOOTSIE-WOOTSIE
TRIP-TRAP
WALKIE-TALKIE
WHEELER-DEALER
WHING-DING
WHIPPER-SNAPPER
WIBBLE-WOBBLE
WIG-WAG
WIGGLE-WAGGLE
WILLY-NILLY
WISHY-WASHY
YAKETY-YAK
ZIG-ZAG
AS BIG AS A HOUSE
AS BLACK AS COAL
AS BROWN AS A BERRY
AS BUSY AS A BEE
AS CLEAN AS A WHISTLE
AS CLEAR AS CRYSTAL
AS FLAT AS A PANCAKE
AS FRESH AS A DAISY
AS GOOD AS GOLD
AS SLIPPERY AS AN EEL
AS SLOW AS MOLASSES
AS SLY AS A FOX
AS SMOOTH AS SILK
AS STIFF AS A BOARD
AS STRAIGHT AS AN ARROW
AS WARM AS TOAST
AS WHITE AS A SHEET
AS WISE AS AN OWL
AS HARD AS A ROCK
AS LIMP AS A WET NOODLE
AS MAD AS A HORNET
AS MEEK AS A LAMB
AS PALE AS A GHOST
AS PLAYFUL AS A KITTEN
AS PRETTY AS A PICTURE
AS RED AS A BEET
AS QUICK AS A WINK
AS LIGHT AS A FEATHER
AS QUIET AS A MOUSE
AS STUBBORN AS A MULE
EN UN ABRIR Y CERRAR DE OJOS
LIGERO COMO UNA PLUMA
TAN CALLADO COMO UN RATÓN
TERCO COMO UNA MULA
AS BLIND AS A
BAT
AS COOL AS
CUCUMBER
AS MAD A
HATTER
AS EASY AS PIE
MAS CIEGO QUE UN
TOPO
TAN FRESCO COMO
LECHUGA
MAS LOCO QUE UNA
CABRA
PAN COMIDO
ACHES AND PAINS
AUNT AND UNCLE
BACK AND FORTH
BLACK AND BLUE
BLOOD AND GUTS
BREAD AND BUTTER
BRIGHT AND SHINNY
CAT AND MOUSE
CEASE AND DESIST
CHIPS AND DIP
CLOAK AND DAGGER
COAT AND TIE
COLD AND CLAMMY
COWBOYS AND INDIANS
CUP AND SAUCER
CUT AND DRIED
CUT AND PASTE
DO’S AND DON’TS
EBB AND FLOW
FISH AND CHIPS
HEARTS AND FLOWERS
HIDE AND SEEK
HIGH AND DRY
HILL AND DALE
HITHER AND YON
HUFF AND PUFF
IN AND OUT
JUMP AND SHOUT
KNIFE AND FORK
LIFE AND DEATH
LONG AND SHORT
LOST AND FOUND
LOUD AND CLEAR
MOM AND DAD
MOTHER AND FATHER
NICKEL AND DIME
NUTS AND BOLTS
OLD AND GRAY
ON AND OFF
OPEN AND CLOSED
OPEN AND SHUT
PAPER AND PENCIL
PEACE AND QUIET
PINS AND NEEDLES
REST AND RELAXATION
RISE AND FALL
RISE AND SHINE
ROUGH AND READY
SHOES AND SOCKS
SHORT BUT SWEET
SHOW AND TELL
SLIP AND SLIDE
SISTER AND BROTHER
SOAP AND WATER
SOUND AND FURY
SPIC AND SPAN
STICKS AND STONES
STOP AND GO
STRONG AND SILENT
SUGAR AND SPICE
TOSS AND TURN
UP AND DOWN
VINEGAR AND OIL
WASH AND DRY
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
READING, WRITING AND ARITHMETIC
RED, WHITE, AND BLUE
SNAP, CRACKLE AND POP
TALL, DARK AND HANDSOME
UP, UP AND AWAY
EAR, EYES, NOSE AND THROAT
HOP, SKIP, AND A JUMP
ANIMAL, VEGETABLE OR MINERAL
BACON, LETTUCE AND TOMATO





BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE
COFFEE, TEA OR MILK
HIGH AND MIGHTY
P’S AND Q’S
POTATOES AND GRAVEY
COPS AND ROBBERS
DOGS AND CATS
NOW OR NEVER
READ AND WRITE
SALT AND PEPPER
BLACK AND WHITE
HUGS AND KISSES
NIGHT AND DAY
SAFE AND SOUND
SWEET AND SOUR
BREAD AND BUTTER
ENY, MEENY, MINEY, MOE
RAIN, HAIL, SLEET, OR SNOW
POLICIA Y LADRONES
PERROS Y GATOS
AHORA O NUNCA
LEER Y ESCRIBIR
SAL Y PIMIENTA
BLANCO Y NEGRO
BESOS Y ABRAZOS
DIA Y NOCHE
SANO Y SALVO
AGRIDULCE
PAN Y VINO
TIN MARIN DE DO PINGUE
LLUEVA, TRUENE O RELAMPAGUE
BROWNS
REDS
YELLOWS
AMBER

BUFF

CANARY

CHAMPAGNE
PURPLES
FUCHSIA
 
HELIOTROPE
 
LAVANDER
MAUVE

PLUM
 
VIOLET
BLUES
AQUAMARINE

MARINE

AZURE
ORANGES
BLACKS
GREENS
WHITE
WHITE LIE: A Minor, Polite, Or Harmless Lie

WAVE THE WHITE FLAG: Give Up; Surrender; Yield

WHITEWASH: (Noun) Anything, Such As Deceptive Words Or Actions, Used To Cover Up Or Gloss Over Faults, Errors, Or Wrongdoing: (Verb) Conduct Such A Cover-up
ROSE
ROSE-COLORED GLASSES: A Cheerful Or Optimistic View Of Things, Usually Without Valid Basis

ROSY: Bright Or Promising; Cheerful Or Optimistic
PINK
TICKLED PINK: Greatly Pleased

PINK SLIP: A Notice Of Dismissal From One’s Job

IN THE PINK: Healthy; In Very Good Condition

PINKIE: The Little Finger
ANIMAL OFF SPRING GROUP NAME
Bear
Beaver
CAT
Chicken
Cow
Dog
Elephant
FOX
Goat
Goose
Hawk
Horse
Kangaroo
Lion
Pig
RABBIT
Seal
Sheep
Turkey
Whale
Wolf
Cub
Kit
Kitten
Chick
Calf
Pup, Puppy
Calf
Cub, Kit
Kid
Gosling
Eyas
Foal
Joey
Cub
Piglet, Farrow
Bunny
Pup
Lamb
Poult
Calf
Cub, Whelp
Sloth
Colony
Clowder
Flock
Herd
Pack
Herd
Skulk
Flock
Flock, Gaggle
Cast
Herd
Troop, Mob
Pride
Drove, Litter
Colony
Pod
Drove, Flock
Rafter
Gam, Pod
Pack, Rout
BIOLOGIST

BIOSOCIOLOGIST

CONCHOLOGIST

ENTOMOLOGIST

HELMINTHOLOGIST

HERPETOLOGIST

ICHTHYOLOGIST

MALACOLOGIST

MAMMALOGIST

MORPHOLOGIST

ORNITHOLOGIST
Studies Living Organisms

Studies Enviroments Of Groups Of Living Things

Studies Mollusks Or Shells

Specializes In The Study Of Insects

Studies Worms

Studies Reptiles And Amphibians

Specializes In The Study Of Fishes

Studies Mollusks

Specializes In The Study Of Mammals

Examines Animal Form And Structure

Specializes In The Study Of Birds
ANIMALOGISTS
INEBRIATED
Drunk
Blotto
Get Blasted
Get Bombed
Intoxicated
shelacked
HUGE
Gigantic
Enormous
Titanic
Gargantuan
Massive
Immense
Humongus
SMALL
Teeny-weeny
Teensy-weensy
Itsy Bitsy
TO GET OUT OF:
 
TO GET OFF:
 
TO GET UP:
 
TO GET ALONG WITH:
 
TO GET BACK:
 
TO GET OVER:
 
TO GET TO:
TO GET ALONG:
 
TO GET ON ONE’S NERVES:
 
TO GET AWAY:
 
TO GET AWAY WITH:
 
TO GET EVEN WITH:
 
TO GET THE BETTER OF:
 
 
SET 58 NOUN USES 126 VERBAL USES 10 PARTICIPLE USES
MOST OVERWORKED WORD
BLEW IT
COOL
CRACKED UP
FOX
HANG IN THERE
HYPE
LAID BACK
KINKY
NO SWEAT
REALLY
RIP OFF
SPACED
TEE’D OFF
TURN-ON
Failed Or Missed An Opportunity
Pleasing; In Good Taste
Had A Fit Of Laughter
Attractive Female
Refuse To Give In
Trick, Deceive; Promote
Easygoing; Low-keyed
Bizarre; Peculiar
No problem
A Statement Of Agreement
To Steal; To Defraud
Not In Touch With Reality
Angry
Interesting Or Exciting Person Or Thing
Blind Drunk
get Smashed
Tie One On
Get Sloshed
Under The Influence
Get Snockered
LOL :D
Bro
OMG !!
GTG
CYA
Inglés Básico
Inglés Intermedio
Inglés Avanzado
HA! HA! HA!
HA! HA! HA!
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POINSETTIA
FAHRENHEIT
AS HAPPY AS A LARK
AS SHARP AS A TACK
AS SICK AS A DOG
EGGSHELL

GOLD

LEMON
OCHER

SAFFRON

XANTHIC
LILAC
 
MAGNETA

MAROON
BICE

CERULEAN

INDIGO
SAPPHIRE

TURQUOISE
C
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L
O
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I
D
I
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M
S

CAUGHT RED-HANDED: Found In The Very Act Of A Crime, Or In Possession Of Self-incriminaring Evidence

RED-CARPET TREATMENT: The Kind Of Courtesy Or Deference Shown To Persons Of High Station

IN THE RED: Operating At A Loss Or Being In Debt

PAINT THE TOWN RED: Celebrate Boisterously, Especially By Making A Round Of Stops At Bars And Nightclubs

RED TAPE: Excessive Formality And Routine Required Before Official Action Can Be Taken

RED-LETTER DAY: A Memorable, Especially Important Or Happy Day

REDNECK: A Bigot Or Reactionary, Especially From The Rural Working Class
RED
OUT OF THE BLUE: Suddenly And Unexpectedly

BLUE-RIBBON; Of Superior Quality Or Prominence

ONCE IN A BLUE MOON: Very Rarely

BLUE COLLAR: Of Or Relating To The Class Of Wage Earners Whose Duties Call For The Wearing Of Work Clothes, As Opposed To Office (White Collar) Workers

BLUE LAW: A Statute Regulating Work, Commerce, And Amusements On Sundays
BLACKLIST: (Noun) A List Of Persons Under Suspicion Or Disfavor; (Verb) Put A Person On Such A List

BLACKMAIL: (Noun) Payment Extorted By Intimidation, Such As Threats Of Injurious Revelations; (Verb) Extort Money By The Use Of Threats

BLACK MARKET: The Buying And Selling Of Goods In Violation Of Legal Price Controls; Also, The Place Where Such Buying And Selling Is Done

BLACK SHEEP (OF THE FAMILY): A Person Who Causes Shame Or Embarrassment Because Of His / Her Deviation From The Standards Of The Group

BLACKBALL: Exclude Socially; Vote Against Or Reject A Candidate
BLUE
BLACK
GREENHORN: An Untrained, Inexperienced, Or Naïve Person

 GREEN AROUND THE GILLS: Having A Sickly Appearance; Pale

GET THE GREEN LIGHT: Receive Permission Or Authorization To Do Something

GREEN WITH ENVY: Very Jealous

GREEN THUMB: An Exceptional Aptitude For Gardening Or For Growing Plants Successfully
GREEN
HAVE A YELLOW STREAK:

Be Cowardly
YELLOW
three Sheets To The Wind
Bombed Out Of Your Gourd
Tiny
Minute
Petite
Mini
TO GET BETTER, WORSE,
 
TO GET SICK, WELL TIRED
 
TO GET IN TOUCH WITH:
 
TO GET USED TO:
 
TO GET RID OF:
 
TO GET THROUGH:
 TO GET COLD FEET:
 
 TO GET A RISE OUT OF:
 
TO GET OFF ONE’S CHEST:
 
TO GET THROUGH TO:
 
TO GET OUT FROM UNDER:
 
TO GET OUT OF LINE:
NATIVE SPEAKER
COLEGIO DE PRESTIGIO EN MIXCOAC
SOLICITA MAESTRA DE INGLÉS NIVEL PRIMARIA
ENGLISH TEACHER REQUIRED
NATIVE SPEAKER
OR BILINGUAL EDUCATION
TEACHER’S COURSE DIPLOMA A LEAST 2 YEAR EXPERIENCE
Canada
U.S.A.
Belize
Bahamas
Jamaica
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad y Tobago
Saint Lucia
Barbados
Guyana
Antigua & Barbuda
St. Vincent & the Grenadines
Dominica
UK
Malta
Eire
Gambia
Liberia
Ghana
Cameroon
Nigeria
Namibia
Lesotho
Botswana
Mauritius
Malawi
Seychelles
Rwanda
Kenya
Pakistan
India
Philippines
Singapore
Australia
New Zealand
Palau
Papua New Guinea
Micronesia
MARSHALL ISLANDS
Tuvalu
Kiribati
Samoa
Tonga
Fiji
Vanuatu
North America & The Caribbean 342,344,363
South America 779,794
Europe 65,503,563
Asia 1,413,047,558
Africa 401,534,462
Oceania 33,085,142
TOTALS
Total of 54 countries out of 196
Total number of speakers 2,256,285,882
Total population of the world 6,794,700,000
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IRELAND (EIRE)
JAMAICA
KENYA
KIRIBATI
LESOTHO
LIBERIA
MALAWI
MALTA
MARSHALL ISLANDS
MAURITIUS

SAMOA
SEYCHELLES
SIERRA LEONE
SINGAPORE
SOLOMON ISLANDS
SOUTH AFRICA
SWAZILAND
TANZANIA
TONGA
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
TUVALU
UGANDA
UNITED KINGDOM
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
VANUATU
ZAMBIA
ZIMBABWE
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
AUSTRALIA
BAHAMAS
BARBADOS
BELIZE
BOTSWANA
CAMEROON
CANADA
DOMINICA
FIJI
GAMBIA
GHANA
GRENADA
GRENADINES
GUYANA
INDIA
MICRONESIA
NAMIBIANEW ZEALAND
NIGERIA
PAKISTAN
PALAU
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
PHILIPPINES
RWANDA
SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS
SAINT LUCIA
SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRANADINES
ENGLISH
U.S.A.
CANADA
AMERICAN
SOUTHERN
N. E. COAST
MID-WEST
PHILIPPINES
PUERTO RICO
FRANCOPHONE
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BRITISH ISLES
AFRICA
WEST INDIES
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IRISH
SCOTTISH
WELSH
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SOUTH AFRICA
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JAMAICA
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INDIA
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NEW ZEALAND
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