Peace Corps - Lessons in Colloquial Hindustani for Fiji
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PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Fiji: 1968-1998, 2003-present
Fiji: Health, Business, Environment
This text consists of 89 lessons of Hindustani. Specifically the dialect that is spoken on the islands of Fiji in the Pacific Ocean. Each lesson is divided into 4 parts. The first section lists the grammatical objectives of the lesson. A brief dialogue which deals with everyday situations follows. The notes section clarifies and grammatical points in the dialogue and the lessons ends with repetition, transformation and substitution drills.
Fijian is an Austronesian language of the Malayo-Polynesian family spoken in Fiji. It has 450,000 first-language speakers, which is more than half the population of Fiji, but another 200,000 speak it as a second language. The 1997 Constitution established Fijian as an official language of Fiji, along with English and Hindustani, and there is discussion about establishing it as the "national language", though English and Hindustani would remain official. Fijian is a VOS language. Standard Fijian is based on the language of Bau, which is an East Fijian language.?
Fijian is spoken in: Fiji
Fijian is also called: Eastern Fijian, Fiji, Standard Fijian