What is Aloha Nui Loa?

What is Aloha Nui Loa?

Aloha nui loa (“new ee low a”) or “all my love” in Hawaiian.

How do you reply to Dey?

“How you dey?” comes the question, or “How body?” (both meaning “how are you?”) “I dey fine” is the correct response, or, if you’re in a less upbeat mood, “body dey inside cloth”, meaning “I’m coping/making do with the situation,” or literally “I’m still wearing clothes.”

What is Pidgin example?

Pidgins generally consist of small vocabularies (Chinese Pidgin English has only 700 words), but some have grown to become a group’s native language. Examples include Sea Island Creole (spoken in South Carolina’s Sea Islands), Haitian Creole, and Louisiana Creole.

Why is it called Pidgin?

Etymology. Pidgin derives from a Chinese pronunciation of the English word business, and all attestations from the first half of the nineteenth century given in the third edition of the Oxford English Dictionary mean ‘business; an action, occupation, or affair’ (the earliest being from 1807).

What are the types of pidgin?

Pidgins can be classified into four types according to their development: JARGON, stable pidgin, extended or expanded pidgin, and creole, each characterized by a gradual increase in complexity.

How does Pidgin happen?

Generally speaking, pidgins form in the context of a multicultural population. Historically, this has often happened in areas where multiple groups were trading with each other, or when groups of slaves from various nations were assimilated into a single population and developed a language.

Is English a pidgin?

English is definitely not a pidgin language, insofar as pidgin means a grammatically simplified form of a language, used for communication between people not sharing a common language.

Who uses pidgin language?

Most African countries are made up of numerous different ethnic groups who do not necessarily have a lingua franca, so Pidgin has developed. It is widely spoken in Nigeria, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon.

Why is Pidgin important?

Pidgins are languages that grow out of necessity when groups of people that don’t share a common language must interact with each other. Pidgins are a mixture of words from different languages, and feature a simpler grammatical structure and smaller vocabulary.