Hearing Trinbogians speak for the first time, you quickly notice a melodic sound of the pan-African, French, Spanish, Creole and Hindi dialect that has formed the Trini accent.
The best way to learn to talk "Trini” is to listen to a native complete with his/her inflections and intonations in order to capture the correct accents. The end result is a delightful sing-song that is the country's own unique musical form which you are most likely going to adopt after a few days talking to locals! (Be prepared you may never loose the accent!)Credit - RamBu