Description

Tok Pisin, also known as Pidgin English or Pidgin Papua New Guinea, is a creole language spoken throughout Papua New Guinea. It is an official language  and the most widely used language in that country.

Tok is derived from English “talk”, and Pisin derives from the English word pidgin, which is descriptive of the typical development and use of a  grammatically simplified form of a language. Learn this mixed language born on the Pacific Shores!