The Languages spoken in Costa Rica
The official and main language of the country is Spanish. In Costa Rica, there are two predominant native accents: the Nicoyan (the pronunciation is alike to the standard Nicaraguan pronunciation); and the standard Costa Rican (accent is double [r] phoneme is usual in the Spanish speaking). Central American Spanish is the type spoken in the country.
The Chibchan language includes Boruca (is the local language of the Boruca individuals of Costa Rica and also recognized as Bronca) and Bribri (spoken by the Bribri individuals of the country and there are around 6,000 speakers). Other existing languages in the country are Limón Creole English (it is close to varieties suchlike Belizean Kriol language, Colón Creole, Mískito Coastal Creole, and Providencia and San Andrés Creole and approximately has 100,000 speakers), Maléku jaíka (a native language of north central and also identify as Guatuso), Cabécar (is a Chibchan language of Turrialba region and also known Chirripó), Costa Rican Sign Language (deaf sign language) and Plautdietsch (also known as Mennonite German). Chorotega is an extinct language and also known as Choluteca. Some from the national group settle near Tuturrialba. Originally, they were from the Guanacaste Region close to Nicaraguan border and some were also in Honduras and El Salvador.