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  • ...nly in [[Benin]] by approximately 1.7 million speakers. Like the other Gbe languages, Fon is an [[analytic language]] with an [[Subject Verb Object|SVO]] basic [[Category:Languages]]
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  • Some sites have multiple names in different languages or the name has changed over the political history of the country. It is be
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  • ...has a long history of valuing education for its citizens, and the study of languages has been an integral component of the national curriculum. Throughout the h
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  • ...or education for community development projects. While there are 18 local languages spoken across FSM and Palau, English is the language of government, educati
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  • === Languages in El Salvador ===
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  • |Languages= [[Arabic]], [[French]], [[Hassaniya]], [[Pulaar]], [[Soninke]], [[Wolof]]
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  • ...on five days a week in small classes of four to five people. South African languages are also introduced in the health, cross-cultural, and technical components
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  • ...for UNV projects only if they are fluent in the language of the post. Post languages include English, French, Spanish, Arabic, and Portuguese.
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  • ...en though they face the same challenges in learning new cultural norms and languages.
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  • *Published in various languages, mainly Armenian, English and Russian, and later Spanish, French, German.
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  • ...A frequent issue for senior Volunteers is the difficulty of learning new languages, which may be exacerbated in East Timor because of the island’s linguisti
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  • 4.How to communicate with tourists (different languages)
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  • ...of both Kyrgyz and Russian to familiarize yourself with the sounds of the languages and give you a head start on some of the basics. Becoming familiar with th
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  • ...be closely tied to your ability to speak the local language. As many as 18 languages are spoken throughout Micronesia, and Peace Corps/Micronesia provides train
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  • ...local languages throughout Vanuatu. Although you will not be taught local languages during pre-service training, you are encouraged to learn the local language
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  • ...ready as interpreter, if necessary. Our trainers know most major Ghanaian languages except Ewe. We’ve known interpreters who’ve told the class to not ask a
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  • ...f the book, the manual was translated from English into the two main local languages, Hausa and Zarma, and distributed to other volunteers to amplify their own ...translating the manuals from English into the two dominant volunteer local languages – Hausa and Zarma – where PCVs work as to further empower volunteers to
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  • [[Category:Languages]]
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  • Languages spoken: Hassaniya (Arabic-Berber dialect) and French<br>
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  • Academic Honors: Languages:
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