Example sentences for: jamaican

How can you use “jamaican” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • It’s no surprise that the US dollar is accepted as readily as the Jamaican dollar to pay for goods.

  • Feel the texture of a hand offered in greeting and try to fathom the “Jamaican handshake,” a ritual whose rules seem to be more complex than those of the game of cricket.

  • Linguistically, Black English has origins in Caribbean (mainly Jamaican) Creole.

  • It says much about the character of the Jamaican people that they have slightly changed the story of Columbus and his trip to the island in 1493.

  • "Frankly, I think the Jamaican Tourist Board should go back to that old 'Come Back to Jamaica' slogan."


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