"How fashion can do?" Kwaque demanded, who to his beche-de-mer English was already adding pidgin English
. "Suppose 'm me fella no got 'm what 'you fella likee?"
However, the preference for English and Nigerian Pidgin English
is endangering the language.
One club took receipt of a striker this week, a player whose agent had promised their client was bilingual but it quickly emerged that even a bit of pidgin English
was beyond him.
James Roberts, Wallasey Bad language DEAR Mr President Trump, I am writing to ask that you teach your citizens to speak proper English, instead of the pidgin English
that they speak today.
The appearance of some Native American characters speaking pidgin English
, followed shortly by three witchtype apparitions with Oriental accents, seemed to achieve nothing but show the show's age.
Also, Pidgin English
has gained the unofficial status of a recognised second national language in Nigeria.
A Nigerian lady seated two rows on the opposite side from where I was unfastened her belt and went on her knees screaming a prayer in Pidgin English
. I looked behind to make eye contact with then-Director of the Kenya National Archives Musila Musembi with whom we had attended a seminar in Abuja.
In one email, an 'account officer' at the bank wrote in pidgin English
Meanwhile, Prince Charles ended his African tour and charmed his Nigerian hosts by breaking into Pidgin English
, spoken by 75 million on the continent.
And that means speaking pidgin English
. So I feel we're living in unintelligible times, with daft Donald Trump on one side, deranged Vladimir Putin on the other, and a looming world war in between.
Spoken passages were delivered in an amusing blend of Italian and 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