Martinican Creole is spoken by some 400,000 speakers in Martinique, and approximately 200,000 diaspora speakers. The use of the language varies a lot according to geographical and social factors. It is predominantly spoken in the northern and southern countryside of Martinique, where most people are socially disadvantaged and use a variety close to the basilect. By contrast, the variety spoken in central Martinique (which is the island’s economic hub) is more acrolectal and is used by almost half of the population, mainly from the middle and upper class. As a consequence, Martinican Creole is rather heterogeneous. The default lect that we chose for description in APiCS is the variety closer to the basilect, spoken by 30-60 year old people from the countryside. Most examples are constructed by the authors, and some examples are from written sources taken from the most up-to-date body of scientific literature available on the Lesser Antillean Creoles.