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Date Posted: 14:28:43 09/29/99 Wed

Is it true that there is now a plan to introduce Tok Pisin as the language of learning in PNH high schools? I was asked this question by some one and did not know the answer to this particular question.

Secondly, would anyone have any figure on the size of the poplutaion that have tok pisin as their second language and the number of people with tok pisin as their first language?


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Re: TOK PISIN IN HIGH SCHOOLSpaul15:41:28 09/29/99 Wed

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