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Pin 15278 United States Orlando
Deutsch (German) English (English) Français (French) 日本語 (Japanese) Português (Portuguese) Español (Spanish)
Pin 17326 United States Chapel Hill
English (English) 普通话 (Chinese)
Chin ease restaurant
Pin 24750 United States Tucson
Español (Spanish)
Yo vi esta señal mientras conducía a la tienda. Matthew B
Pin 43438 United States Honolulu
Hawai‘i (Hawaiian) Hawai'i Creole (Hawaiian Creole English)
(HC) Purpose: Statue of the mascot for Waiola Shave Ice, a popular dessert shop on Oahu. Audience: Tourists for pictures, customers of the shop. Format: ABS/Plaster statue of the shave ice mascot. Message: "Shave ice" is derived from "Kakigori", a popular ice snack from Japan. After the plantation era, Hawaii had took substantial inspiration from the Kakigori into the creation of "Shave ice", essentially syrup poured over what is finely crushed, or "shavings" of ice. Multilingual Hawaiʻi
Pin 43950 United States Kaneohe
English (English) Hawai‘i (Hawaiian)
SU - medium: The sign is printed on a piece of wood that you hang in or outside of your home. - domain: The context of the sign is using the phrase “E komo mai” to welcome someone into or to your home. - audience: The sign is intended for people who are visiting one’s home, both local and nonlocal. - function: The sign is trying to tell people that they are welcome at the place where this sign is hung. - language: The language that is dominant on this sign is Hawaiian, “E komo mai” with a little bit of English, “Welcome”. The phrase “E komo mai” means “Welcome” in Hawaiian. Multilingual Hawaiʻi
Pin 47790 United States Fremont
English (English) Other language
Chochenyo (Muwekma Ohlone tribe), a California Native American language
Pin 59566 United States Honolulu
Hawai'i Creole (Hawaiian Creole English)
Here we see Pidgin being used in a sign in a retail clothing store to educate probably tourists about where the beaches are and probably some locals who are not aware of where all the beaches are in Hawaii. This is accompanied by a drawing of a hula dancer which I’m not sure what the associated of hula and beaches are. The design is also drawn with a blackboard and chalk looking design to reinforce the education purpose of the sign. Multilingual Hawaiʻi
Pin 5295 United States Broomfield
English (English) 普通话 (Chinese)
Pin 5551 United States Lincolnwood
English (English)
Pin 6319 United States Waukegan
English (English)
roadside sign for business
Pin 6831 United States Ridge Farm
English (English)
Pin 7343 United States Lincolnwood
English (English)
Pin 10159 United States Tucson
English (English) Español (Spanish)
Los Ponchos is a food truck that sells hot dogs. It is located on 1901 E. Ft. Lowell Rd. in front of Royal Car Wash and McDonald's. - Sofia Gil
Pin 17327 United States Carrboro
English (English)
Carrboro light post
Pin 43951 United States Honolulu
English (English) Hawai‘i (Hawaiian)
SU - medium: The sign is printed on a building located at Ward Village. - domain: The context of the sign is that it is a dry cleaners that also washes and folds your clothes for you, making it aloha fresh. - audience: The sign is intended for people who are passing by the area. It is intended for nonlocals and locals. - function: The sign is trying to inform people that there is a dry cleaners located there in Ward Village. - language: The language that is dominant on this sign is English, “Dry Cleaners” with a little Hawaiian, “Aloha”. The word “aloha” means “hello, goodbye, love” in Hawaiian. Multilingual Hawaiʻi
Pin 59567 United States Honolulu
Hawai‘i (Hawaiian) Hawai'i Creole (Hawaiian Creole English)
This s Multilingual Hawaiʻi
Pin 5296 United States Broomfield
English (English) 普通话 (Chinese)
Pin 6320 United States Waukegan
English (English) Español (Spanish)
storefront
Pin 6832 United States Ridge Farm
English (English)
Pin 7344 United States Gurnee
English (English)