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  1. Raji

    Hawaii

    Whenever you travel to Hawaii island, local Hawaiian slang is more noticeable than others. Hawaii is a beautiful mixture of different cultures. In Hawaii, English and Hawaiin language are officially used. Yet, there is one more language that is used unofficially, which is spoken by many local people in daily discussion: Hawaii Pidgin English. Past of emigration and ethnic variety produced a mixture of languages. Everything from English, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Korean and Filipino merged with the local Hawaiian and nearby Polynesian languages to create a Hawaiian Creole or pidgin.
  2. Been spying on this forum but needed to register to get some freebees, if I can. Good to be here. =) The photo is not me but my golf partner. My ball seems to land near him.
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