Melanesian English, (also known as Melanesian Pidgin, Pidgin English, and Tok Pisin), is a Creole language spoken in Papua New Guinea. The fun thing about Creole Languages, is that they have arisen in recent times from true Pidgin languages, and (according to Scientific American) may be better fitted to the brain's language equipment than widely spoken languages with a long history.

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