Calcutta, IndiaQueen Elizabeth I started the East Indian Company to develop a trade between India and England. The british ruled over Calcutta and English became the main language for trading.
The CarribeanThe slave trade called "The triangle trade" has started and slaves were shipped off here and ships were later loaded up with tobacco, sugar and cotton. A new type of English called "Creole" was also started here and was thought to be a simplified form of English after sailors and slaves spoke in the ships that were going to the Carribean.
Port Jackson, AustraliaThe First Fleet (a fleet which consisted of 11 ships) arrived in Port Jackson, Australia with English people whom were not free (aka criminals). The not-so-free people didn't know how to farm which led to a food problem aka a famine. Before being transported, the criminals used slangs for stuff such as:
Swag (term for stolen goods taken in a robbery)
Billy (term for pot of boiling water)
The settlers lost their british accents and there are now different accents across australia.