The islands have their own indigenous languages, although English is the official government language for inter-island communications. Besides the main languages, on Pohnpei Mokilese, Pingelapese, Ngatikese and Nukuoro-Kapingamarangi are spoken. On Chuuk, there are several minority dialects. On Yap, outer islanders also speak Ulithian, Woleaian and Satawalese.
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