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Marshall Islands



Marshallese is the official language, but (American) English is taught in schools and is widely understood.

Marshallese basics

Greetings. Yokwe yuk. (Love to you.)

Hello/Goodbye. Ko na mauri.

How are you? Ejet am mour?

I'm well (thanks). Emman (komomol tata).

Please. Joij.

Thanks. Komomol tata.

Yes. Aet.

No. Jab.

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