|Native to||Papua New Guinea|
4 million L2 speakers
Official language in
|Papua New Guinea|
Tok Pisin (pronounced: /ˌtɔːk ˈpɪsɪn/) is a market language used in parts of the South Pacific, mainly Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, but also in areas of Vanuatu, where a second language known as Bislama is also spoken. A market language is one which is used as an everyday language between people who don't speak a common language.
|Tok Pisin edition of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia|