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?

11 thoughts on “Language quiz

  1. Tok Pisin, spoken in Papua New Guinea.

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

  2. 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. 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…)

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

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