Peace Corps - Romanian Pre-Service Training Manual
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This guide is designed for the Romanian language training of Peace Corps volunteers, focusing on skills and situations common in that context. It consists of 11 instructional units corresponding to 11 topics:
Lesson 1 -greetings and farewells
Lesson 2 -new friends
Lesson 3 -food
Lesson 4 -moving around town
Lesson 5 -shopping
Lesson 6 -travel
Lesson 7 -telephone usage
Lesson 8 -people and characteristics
Lesson 9 -seasons
Lesson 10 -health and illness
Lesson 11 -school
Each lesson contains a brief dialogue, vocabulary and phrase list, grammar notes, and a number of exercises to reinforce learning. Notes on elementary grammar are appended. Text and exercises are primarily in Romanian, with some English used to give instructions.
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Romania: English Education
Romanian is a Romance language spoken by around 24 million people as a native language, primarily in Romania and Moldova, and by another 4 million people as a second language. It has official status in Romania, Republic of Moldova, the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina in Serbia and in the autonomous Mount Athos in Greece. In the Republic of Moldova, besides the term limba rom?na, the language is also often called limba moldoveneasca ("Moldovan"); to avoid the political overtones both terms have in that country, a compromise solution has been to call it limba de stat ("the state language").
Romanian is spoken in: Moldova, Romania, Ukraine
Romanian is also called: Daco-Romanian, Daco-Rumanian, Moldavan, Moldavian