Kwaque demanded, who to his beche-de-mer English was already adding pidgin English
We are looking for males and females between the ages of 21 and 30 who are lively, fluent in Pidgin English
No Pain Like This Body, No Body Like This Pain' was based on the book by Indo-Caribbean emigre Harold Sonny Ladoo, whose patois or pidgin English
No, no, no more," he blurted out in pidgin English
This study therefore attempts to explore how Nigerian Pidgin English
(NPE) as a language and communication medium is used by the less privileged in Nigerian society as forms of resistance to the inequalities that exists within society with regards to what is considered criminal.
It wasn't clear but among the pidgin English
we could make out was "no licence and 500 baht fine".
Jingles and announcements produced by UN Women will be aired at least four times in the course of every episode of the programme, in English, Pidgin English
, Hausa and any other local language as deemed appropriate.
We wanted to find ways we can localise it and so we perform with pidgin English
, blending it with African rhythms.
The Thai students in Los BaAaAaAeA~o according to their professors, spoke pidgin English
, but they were interested and punctual in their studies.
We spoke Igbo, could switch between a Canadian and Nigerian accent mid-sentence, and could understand Pidgin English
Shipley presents hiplife as being simultaneously global--incorporating the latest fashions in international hip-hop music and culture--and local, through its use of Twi and pidgin English
, both lingua francas in southern Ghana and among Ghanaian immigrant communities.
There is Lionel Fogarty, whose postsurrealist poems incorporate words and phrases of his native Murri and pidgin English
to create a linguistic portrait of the indigenous Australian conscience.