An English-based Creole used as a commercial and administrative language by over 2 million people in Papua New Guinea. Also called Neo-Melanesian.
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- The ‘Jesus’ Film, based on the Gospel of Luke, has been translated into Tok Pisin.
- Grammatically, perhaps the most salient difference from the Tok Pisin spoken on ‘mainland’ New Guinea is the relatively sparse use of pinis as a grammatical marker.
- A general presentation of Tok Pisin is provided, as well as a description of some grammatical characteristics of Tok Pisin of potential interest for the testing of grammar machines.
the name in Tok Pisin, literally 'pidgin talk'.
More definitions of Tok PisinDefinition of Tok Pisin in:
- The British & World English dictionary