Language quiz

Here’s a recording in a mystery language.

Do you know or can you guess which language it’s in and where it’s spoken?

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11 Responses to Language quiz

  1. farrioth says:

    Tok Pisin, spoken in Papua New Guinea.

    Great to see that the blog is up and running again.

  2. Sean says:

    Farrioth seema pretty certain, and I can’t listen to it on my Ipod, so I’ll trust him. (:

    Also, why can’t we post on the forum? ):

  3. Felix says:

    sounds like Tok Pisin to me, as well…

  4. TJ says:

    woooooohooooooooooooo

    finally a blog again :)
    welcome back mo chairde! :)

  5. d.m.falk says:

    I was going to say definitely western Pacific/melanesian/austronesian in origin, and will stick with everyone else’s guess of tok pisin, of PNG. :)

    d.m.f.
    (Nice to see the blog return, though I wonder of the older entries at this time are even needed, and just start fresh, like the forum has…)

  6. Zarathustra says:

    Some form of Pidgin English. Tok Pisin, maybe.

  7. Simon says:

    Sean – I think the forum should be working properly now.

  8. xarxa says:

    tok pisin

  9. michael farris says:

    some kind of pacific pidgin, either tok pisin or bislama or something like that.

  10. Simon says:

    The language is Tok Pisin, which is spoken in Papua New Guinea.

    The recording comes from Radio Australia.

  11. Julia says:

    some kind of creole w/ English