Countries where English is the Official/Native Language

Taken from the CIA World Factbook 2008

Akrotiri

Ghana

Norfolk Islands

Anguilla

Gibraltar

Philippines

Anguilla

Grenada

Pitcairn Islands

Antigua and Barbuda

Guam

Puerto Rico (some)

Australia

Guernsey

Rwanda

Bahamas

Guyana

Sierra Leone

Barbados

Ireland

South Africa (some)

Belize

Isle of Man

St. Kitts & Nevis

Bermuda

Jamaica

St. Helena

Botswana

Jersey

St. Lucia

British Virgin Islands

Kenya

St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Cameroon

Kiribati

Swaziland

Canada (some)

Lesotho

Tanzania

Cayman Islands

Liberia

Trinidad & Tobago

Christmas Island

Madagascar

Turks & Caicos Islands

Cook Islands

Malta

Uganda

Dhekelia

Micronesia, Federated States of

United Kingdom

Dominica

Montserrat

Virgin Islands

Falkland Islands

Namibia

Zambia

Fiji

New Zealand

Zimbabwe

The Gambia

Nigeria

 



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