Fijian Phrasebook

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Lonely Planet, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 177 pages
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Cruising through the outer islands, dining out in a waterfront restaurant in Suva or hiking along inland trails - regardless of how you spend your time, a little Fijian will open up this tropical wonderland.

Lonely Planet's practical vocabulary and comprehensive notes on grammar will ensure that your interest in Fijian lasta long after your tan has faded.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
7
Stress
15
Sentence Structure 18 Questions
36
Demonstratives
42
Attracting Someones
52
Meeting People 56 Expressing Feelings
63
Finding Your Way 67 Booking Tickets
69
Boat
75
At the Post Office 88 Sightseeing
89
Special Dishes 99 Eggs
107
HEALTH
120
TIMES DATES FESTIVALS
127
EMERGENCIES
173
Parts of the Body 123
176

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Paul Geraghty is a freelance writer and translator

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