Daily Pidgin is a skill that delivers daily phrases of Hawaiian pidgin and slang.<br/><br/>In Hawaii, Hawaiian Creole English (locally known as Pidgin) is spoken by many residents. It is used in everyday casual conversations and often used in advertising that is targeted toward locals. It originated from back in the day on the sugar cane plantations when the different workers used it as a form of communication. Taking influences from different cultures, it spread outside the plantations where children started learning it as their first language.<br/><br/>Have fun using this skill and getting familiar with the expressions and phrases used everyday in Hawaii!
April 25th 2017