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STRUCTURE AND RELATIONSHIPS
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adjective adverb African languages African substratum Alexishafen American Anansi bilorj borrowings boys British Solomon chap Chinese Pidgin English Chinook Jargon consonants creole languages creolized cultural definite article developed disfela Dutch earlier elements especially European languages example form-classes French French-based creoles German glottochronology grammar guages Guinea Gullah Haiti Haitian Creole Hall hence Indian inflection instance Italian Jamaican Creole kajkaj Latin learned lingua franca linguistic linguistic structure lish literally lorj maen mastar McConnell-Laubach meaning Melanesian Melanesian Pidgin mifela missionaries morphological nasal native languages Negro Neo-Melanesian Neo-Solomonic normally noun noun-phrase official language orthography Papiamentu phrases pidgin languages pidgin or creole Pidgin Portuguese pidgins and creoles predicate prefixes preposition pronouns Rabaul regions Romance Saramacca Schuchardt sentences social South Seas Spanish speakers speech spelling spoken Sranan stap substratum suffix syntactic syntax tajm tense term tion variety vaudoun verb vocabulary voiceless vowel wanfela words