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Language Family: Pidgin. Part of _Ethnologue Language Family Index_; Joseph E. Grimes and Barbara F. Grimes, Editors; Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1996.
A bibliography of Melanesian Pidgin English
Can you guess what language this is? These lines are taken from a famous comic strip in Papua New Guinea: "Sapos yu kaikai planti pinat, bai yu kamap strong olsem phantom." "Fantom, yu pren tru bilong mi.
Ethnologue: Puerto Rico
Pidgin 101 Here are some examples of Pidgin that we use in Hawai`i. Try them out yourself and have some fun! An Den - what happened next, "And then".
Pidgin to da Max - Hawaii Kine Talk
Go back to contentsThis section includes works of a descriptive, comparative or sociolinguistic nature on Bislama, or works relating to Melanesian Pidgin more generally which include substantial treatment of Bislama. [The spelling Bichelamar occurs in many French references to the language.] Anonymous N.d.
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