Pijin is the national language of Solomon Islands. Closely related to Tok Pisin in Papua New Guinea and Bislama in Vanuatu, it is used throughout the country's nine provinces.
Since 2006, RAMSI has produced Tok Pijin: A Quick Guide to Speaking Pijin to provide RAMSI staff, and the wider community, with a current and useful guide to using Pijin. It is focused on everyday words and phrases, and includes a section on cultural and social etiquette.
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Tok Pijin Quick Quide (Jan2011)