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Which mainland South American country has English as its official language?

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Which mainland South American country has English as its official language?
posted Aug 4 by Ritika

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Guyana
Guyana also recognises 10 indigenous languages, and most speak an English-based creole language as a first language. Guyana was under British control from the late 18th century until it declared independence in 1966. It is the only mainland country in South America to have English as its official language. The official language of Suriname is Dutch; Aruba is not on the mainland, being an island (and constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands) in the Caribbean Sea about 29 kilometres north of the Venezuelan peninsula of Paraguaná.

answer 6 days ago by Rajni
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