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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) Sal Creole is the name given to the variant of Cape Verdean Creole spoken mainly in the island of Sal of Cape Verde. It belongs to the Barlavento Creoles branch. The speakers of this form of Cape Verdean Creole are 15,000[citation needed]. Contents 1 Characteristics 2 Vocabulary 3 Grammar 4 Phonology 5 Alphabet 6 References // Characteristics Besides the main characteristics of Barlavento Creoles the Sal Creole has also the following ones: The progressive aspect of the present is formed by putting tâ tâ before the verbs: tâ + tâ + V. In the verbs that end by ~a, that sound /ɐ/ is represented by /ɔ/ when the verb is conjugated with the first person of the singular pronoun. Ex.: panhó-m’ /pɐˈɲɔm/ instead of panhâ-m’ /pɐˈɲɐm/ “to catch me”, levó-m’ /leˈvɔm/ instead of levâ-m’ /leˈvɐm/ “to take me”, coçó-m’ /koˈsɔm/ instead of coçâ-m’ /koˈsɐm/ “to scratch me”. The sound /dʒ/ (that originates from old Portuguese, written j in the beginning of words) is partially represented by /ʒ/. Ex. jantâ /ʒɐ̃ˈtɐ/ instead of djantâ /dʒɐ̃ˈtɐ/}} “to dine”, jôg’ /ʒoɡ/ instead of djôgu /ˈdʒoɡu/ “game”, but in words like djâ /dʒɐ/ “already”, Djõ /dʒõ/ “John” the sound /dʒ/ remains. Vocabulary Main article: Cape Verdean Creole#Vocabulary Grammar Main article: Cape Verdean Creole#Grammar Phonology Main article: Cape Verdean Creole#Phonology Alphabet Main article: Cape Verdean Creole#Writing_system References Main article: Cape Verdean Creole#References The Cape Verdean Creole Sotavento Creoles Brava | Fogo | Maio | Santiago Barlavento Creoles Boa Vista | Sal | Santo Antão | São Nicolau | São Vicente