Peace Corps - Pulaar Mauritania Language Lessons
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AudiosPulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 1
Pulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 10
Pulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 2
Pulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 3
Pulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 4
Pulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 5
Pulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 6
Pulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 7
Pulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 8
Pulaar (Mauritania)- Lesson 9
The Pulaar course is designed to teach you the basic survival level you would need in Mauritiana. This covers the following subjects:
Lesson 1: The Alphabet
Lesson 2: Vocabulary 1
Lesson 3: Greetings
Lesson 4: Numbers
Lesson 5: Vocabulary 2
Lesson 6: Vocabulary 3
Lesson 7: Days of the Week and Some Expressions of Time
Lesson 8: Introducing Self/Someone
Lesson 9: Leave-taking Expressions
Lesson 10: Some Useful Expressions & Phrases
PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Mauritania: 1966-1967, 1971-2011; Currently Inactive
Mauritania: Currently Inactive
Pulaar is a Fula language spoken primarily as a first language by Fula people and Tukolor (or Toorobe) in the Senegal River valley area traditionally known as Futa Tooro, and further south and east. Pulaar speakers, known as Haalpulaar'en live in Senegal, Gambia, Mauritania, and western Mali. According to Ethnologue there are several dialect differences, but all are inherently intelligible. Pulaar is not to be confused with Pular, another variety of Fula spoken in Guinea-Conakry (including the Fouta Jallon region). The Pulaar and Pular varieties of Fula are to some extent mutually intelligible, but require a separate literature. Pulaar is written in a Latin alphabet, but historically was written in an Arabic alphabet known as ajami.?
Pulaar (Mauritania) is spoken in: Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Mauritania, Senegal
Pulaar (Mauritania) is also called: Fulani, Fulbe Jeeri, Fulfulde Pulaar, Fulfulde-Pulaar, Haalpulaar, Peuhl, Peul, Peulh, Pulaar Fulfulde