Gambian English is the variety of English spoken in The Gambia by Gambians and anyone else who speaks Gambian English.  Gambian English has fewer speakers than any other variety of West African English (WAE), and shares similarities with Sierra Leonean English. The differences between Gambian English and other dialects of African English are mostly lexical and pronunciative. Gambian English has been influenced by various indigenous languages.
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