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Caribbean English dialects of the
The English in daily use in the Caribbean include a different set of pronouns, typically me, meh or mi, you, yuh, he, she, it, we, wi or alawe, wunna or unu, and dem or day. I, mi, my, he, she, ih, it, we, wi or alawe, allayu or unu, and dem, den, deh for "them" with Central Americans.
However, the English used in media, education and business and in formal or semi-formal discourse approaches the internationally understood variety of