Kwaque demanded, who to his beche-de-mer English was already adding pidgin English
com ('beta' pronounced as pidgin English
for 'better') aims to significantly blow up the online booking market through its superior customer experience delivery, provision of the cheapest travel rates in the country, 95% success-rate visa advisory services to destinations like Dubai, London or Cape Town and world-class technology matched only by Telecommunication companies in Nigeria.
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.
Thus, it is now becoming fashionable to see either illiterate, semi-literate or literate parents speaking Nigerian pidgin English
, or a mixture of both Etsako and English, or Etsako and Nigerian pidgin English
in communicating with the child.
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.
You say: The pidgin English
was a bit annoying to start with but after a while I barely noticed it.
Besides French and English, he is fluent in Pidgin English
and knows Bamilike and Hausa.
Often even pidgin English
(that's not a toilet) is spoken rather than a local dialect.
Prince Charles speaking pidgin English
was as hilarious as it was unsettling.
And some of it, especially the pidgin English
they speak in the far future, is almost incomprehensible.
An early popular example was "Lolcats" - random photos of cats with bizarre pidgin English