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by Anna Shnukal

Download Broken: An Introduction to the Creole Language of Torres Strait (Pacific Linguistics, C-107) ePub
  • ISBN 0858833816
  • ISBN13 978-0858833814
  • Language English
  • Author Anna Shnukal
  • Publisher Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University (1988)
  • Pages 328
  • Formats doc mobi mbr lrf
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1182 kb
  • Size Fb2 1403 kb
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Torres Strait Creole has six main dialects: Papuan, Western-Central, TI, Malay, Eastern, and Cape York.

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20 Pacific Linguistics catalogue number, C-107. Pacific Linguistics publications can be obtained in any one of six easy and convenient ways: E-MAIL E-mail: mira. OVER-THE-COUNTER MAIL The Australian National University Pacific Linguistics Department of Linguistics RSPAS 3rd Floor, Room 1208 The Australian National University Coombs Bl. Fellows Road Canberra ACT 0200 Acton, Canberra AUSTRALIA.

Torres Strait Creole has been known as 'Broken' and 'Blaikman', but .

Torres Strait Creole has been known as 'Broken' and 'Blaikman', but nowadays is usually called 'Yumplatok' (the indigenous name). The creole in the NT is sometimes known as 'Roper Creole' (it having originated at Roper River Mission) to distinguish it from Kimberley Kriol (spoken in the Kimberley region of WA), but these two may well form a continuum.

Aims and Scope Pacific Pidgins and Creoles discusses the complex and fascinating history of English-based pidgins in the Pacific .

Aims and Scope Pacific Pidgins and Creoles discusses the complex and fascinating history of English-based pidgins in the Pacific, especially the three closely related Melanesian pidgins: Tok Pisin, Pijin, and Bislama. The book details the central role of the port of Sydney and the linguistic synergies between Australia and the Pacific islands in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, the role of Pacific islander plantation labor overseas, and the differentiation which has taken place in the pidgins spoken in the Melanesian island states in the 20th century.

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