How to Say Hello in Jamaican?

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The words for the word 'hello' in Jamaican are Yow Wah gwaan. This is a slang word that is pronounced as 'wa-gwaan'. Some locals say, 'What a gwaan?'
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In Jamaica, many of the people that live there speak English. So to tell someone hello, simply put on your best smile and say 'Hello! They will understand!You can find more information
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Wa gwaan is hello in Jamaican Patois.
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To say hello in Jamaican can be a little strange, at first. Yow Wah Gwaan is how they say hello. It is really a slang form of saying hello.
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