Major English dialects:
New Zealand English
South African English
Liberian English is the form of English spoken in the African country of Liberia. Because Liberia was settled by freed American slaves, it is a descendant of American English.
Ethnologue: Liberian English
English in West Africa: Liberia
Global Security.org: Language & Communication: Liberia
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