||Re: Still pidgins and creoles (mind)
|| 8 sor
||TOK PISIN (mind)
|| 6 sor
||Hungary and Malaysia (mind)
|| 36 sor
||Re: Hungary and Malaysia (mind)
|| 5 sor
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Actually, the New Guinea languages is officially called Pidgin, in
practice it is a Creole. If I remember correctly, it is one of the
languages that the linguistically so gifted present Pope used for a
little blessing. The literature on this is quite long and I took a look
at several books, but let me mention one authority that can be used in
general: David Crystal, A DICTIONARY OF LINGUISTICS AND PHONETICS,
Blackwell, 1985. I have to check, but I believe, the New Guinea language
is CALLED TOK PISHIN. SORRY FOR THE MESS, RAIN.ORG IS CRAZY!!!! R.
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Again I have to use David Crystal's material (the guy is amazing: he has
produced a whole series of good reference books in linguistics), namely:
A DICTIONARY OF LANGUAGE AND LANGUAGES, Penguin Books, 1994:
TOK PISIN: "A pidgin language widely spoken within Papua New Guinea,
especially in the north of the country...", about 2 million speakers.
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Ohio University Electronic Communication
Date: 10-Jun-1995 12:07pm EST
To: Remote Addressee ( _mx%"" )
From: Tamas Szilas Dept: MBA
SZILAS Tel No:
Subject: Hungary and Malaysia
Dear List Members,
I would like to ask for Your help. I'm an MBA student in the Ohio University,
and I'm currently involved in a project that deals with the trade between
Hungary and Malaysia.
Unfortunately, my resources here are very limited. So, far I could not find
anything specific on the topic. My last chance to find any individual or
institution that has some information on this field, and establish an internet
connection with them.
Please, if You happen to know such datasources, and You know the internet
address where I can reach them, send it to me. Any other idea is welcomed.
Thank You for Your help!
Received: 10-Jun-1995 12:26pm
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Check out the publications of the Hungarian Statistical Bureau. They publish
yearbooks, a journal etc. Using the Internet look up foreign trade at the
Szechenyi Library or the libraries at Szeged or Debrecen.
Peter I. Hidas, Montreal