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Tok Pisin - Vocabulary with Examples

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Tok Pisin is the primary language spoken in Papua New Guinea. This deck contains the vocabulary to get you started as a speaker of Tok Pisin. The deck contains around 1700 notes consisting of a Tok Pisin word, the English translation, and an example sentence to illustrate how the word is used. This deck will get you a long way toward being a speaker of Tok Pisin, because the language is easy to learn. Tok Pisin started as a trade language derived from English. Its vocabulary is small: the 1700 words in this deck cover most words used in day-to-day conversations. The grammar is much easier to learn than English, too. For example, verbs do not change depending on the tense or the person. Once you learn a verb on a card, you can use it in any grammatical situation. This deck is a collaborative work. Development happens on GitHub at Sjlver/anki-tok-pisin. You suggestions, improvements or ideas are most welcome!

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Tok Pisin pekpek blut
English dysentery
Tok Pisin Remarks
English Remarks
Popularity 8
Tags 4
Tok Pisin katim i pundaun
English to cut down
Tok Pisin Remarks also: pundaunim
English Remarks
Popularity 189
Tags 2
Tok Pisin papai
English mushroom
Tok Pisin Remarks
English Remarks
Popularity 0
Tags 4

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This is a very good deck for Tok Pisin vocabulary!
on 1559793489
Really enjoying this deck. Useful for students who have only heard TP as spoken in Port Moresby, because it includes words used in the rural areas and on the islands.