Turks and Caicos Island By: Isabelle and Courtney
Language Turks speak……….. English Turks and caicos island Creole Bahamian Creole Cuban Hispaniola Haitian Creole Spanish Dominican republican
Food Turks eat a lot of sea food especially conch they eat conch fritters and conch salad
Music They listen to a lot of Ripsaw music they have a lot of music festivals and they are known for it.
Economics They have a lot of sterling, maize, beans, they import a lot of food and stamps it influences the united states because a lot of the product comes from the united states
Current standard of living The literacy rate in 98% The life expectancy is 79.11 There is a lot of poverty in Turks There is malaria which they don’t have a cure for also yellow fever and hepatitis A The unemployment rate is not that well and it affects the united states because they come there to get jobs
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