A culture, language, and accent that derive from africa and the carribeans islands. originated in some early colonies (S.C.) where africans were brought to the new world through the middle passage. It formed through the need for salves to adapt to the english language and culture, but still keeping their traditions and custom of their homeland. Thus createing a dialect and accent that is still spoken today, but with current slangs called Geech. Gullah is an language that is uniquely and soley spoken in the pennisula of Charleston S.C. surrounding islands and districts (N.Charleston, Mt.Pleasant,Jame's Island etc.)
dat chile ain crack a teet fo speek.
That child passed by me and did not speak to me.
(derived from african language)
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