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Omkring tusen språk sträcker sig från den austronesiska familjen från Sydostasien längs Polynesien och till Madagaskar, men urvalet täcker det mesta för din resa i Austronesian-området. Austronesiska språk tenderar att ha olika former av artighet - en låg form för folklig användning, en artig form och en mycket hög eller ibland formell form.

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Fun facts about Fijian

A common version of 'How are you?' is O lai vei, literally 'Where are you going?'- to which you can reply with a specific destination, an intention of what you're going to do, or a vague answer e.g. 'over there'.

Bula is the most common greeting and means 'life' (amongst other things).

The Fijian proverb 'Leka na iqila' (the breadfruit picking pole is too short) means that you don't have enough money to do something.§

The name 'Fiji' comes from the Tongan language: in the Fijian language, Fiji is actually 'Viti'.

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