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Tok Pisin

Official language in: Papua New Guinea

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A new course in Tok Pisin (New Guinea Pidgin) (Languages for intercultural communication in the Pacific area project of the Australian Academy of the Humanities) by Thomas Edward Dutton

Growing Up with Tok Pisin: Contact, Creolization, and Change in Papua New Guinea's National Language by Geoff P. Smith

Language, Education, and Development: Urban and Rural Tok Pisin in Papua New Guinea (Oxford Studies in Language Contact) by Suzanne Romaine

The Melanesian content in Tok Pisin (Pacific linguistics. Series B) by Rick J Goulden

An introductory programmed course in Tok Pisin by Robert Litteral

Melanesian Pidgin and Tok Pisin: Proceedings (Studies in Language Companion Series)

Tolai and Tok Pisin: The influence of the substratum on the development of New Guinea Pidgin (Pacific linguistics) by Ulrike Mosel

Toward a Reference Grammar of Tok Pisin: An Experiment in Corpus Linguistics (Oceanic Linguistics Special Publications) by John W. M. Verhaar

Traim tasol: Vocabulary testing in Tok Pisin (Pacific linguistics) by Karl J Franklin

Aspects of Tok Pisin grammar (Pacific linguistics) by Ellen B Woolford

A Baruya-Tok Pisin-English dictionary (Pacific linguistics) by J. A Lloyd

Handbook of Tok Pisin (New Guinea Pidgin) (Pacific linguistics) by S. A. Wurm

Kudi kupuk: Ambulas (Maprik dialect), Tok Pisin, English (Dictionaries of Papua New Guinea) by J Kundama

Trilingual Dictionary: Tokpisin-English-Bahasa Indonesia

Introduction to New Guinea Pidgin, by F Mihalic
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