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Chapter 3 - Pidgin, Creole

Chapter 3 - Pidgin, Creole

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Published by: Yesicha Ryona on Oct 16, 2012
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PIDGINSand CREOLES
Yesicha Ryona
 A1B011041
 
P I D G I N
a simplified speech used for communication between people
with different languages has a rudimentary grammar and
 vocabulary and is not spoken as a first or native language, Also called
contact language 
.
 
P I D G I N
Holm (1988, pp. 4
 –
5)
defines
a pidgin as :
a reduced language that results from extended contact
between groups of people with no language in common; itevolves when they need some means of verbalcommunication, perhaps for trade, but no group learns thenative language of any other group for social reasons thatmay include lack of trust or of close contact.

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