Pijin Language

Pijin Language

Pijin (Solomons Pidgin or Neo-Solomonic) is a language spoken in the Solomon Islands. It is closely related to Tok Pisin of Papua New Guinea; Bislama of Vanuatu; and Torres Strait Creole of the Torres Strait, Queensland, Australia and is written in the Latin script.

As of 1999 there were 307,000 second- or third-language speakers with a literacy rate in first language of 60%,a literacy rate in second language of 50%.

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