Overcoming Language Barriers in Miami


Overcoming Language Barriers in Miami Miami is a melting pot of nationalities. We are used to people speaking broken English. So, don’t feel intimidated to practice your English with us when you're here. Trust me, Miamians already speak broken English to each other. Don't fear making mistakes. We don’t care about your mistakes. It's the fact that you're trying to communicate with us that we love.

Most taxi drivers are from Haiti and speak French, not Parisian French, but Haitian French. However, in restaurants and shops it is usually just English and Spanish. Most restaurants and hotels have people from other countries on staff. When arriving, ask if there is anyone around who speaks your language.

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1. If you are still in the planning stage

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