Marshallese, also known as Ebon, is an Eastern Malayo-Polynesian member of the Austronesian language family spoken by approximately 44000 people. Speakers are principally concentrated in the Marshall Islands with a smaller population based on the island of Nauru.
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Marshallese Language
Brief description of the Marshallese language, with orthography and sample text.
Marshallese Language Training Manual
Peace Corps language training manual and comprehensive introduction to the language. [PDF]
Publications on Marshallese
Bibliography of research on Marshallese from Byron W. Bender's home page followed by more general references on Austronesian linguistics.
Marshallese Language Training Manual
Peace Corps language training manual and comprehensive introduction to the language. [PDF]
Marshallese Language
Brief description of the Marshallese language, with orthography and sample text.
Publications on Marshallese
Bibliography of research on Marshallese from Byron W. Bender's home page followed by more general references on Austronesian linguistics.
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