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Location: Suva Fiji
Latest Activity: Nov 4, 2013
Niu vakamuria na i vola era sa taba tu oqo,au raica ni levu sara era vinakati PQ me veivakavulici mai ena noda vosa vakaviti..sa dua na vakasama vinaka dina,,ia oya e yaga vakalevu cake vei ira na…Continue
Started by Tevita Gukibau Nov 4, 2013.
Just wanting to stop by and say that currently there's a Wikipedia in the Fijian language. The wiki needs a lot of help with translation and news articles. Take a look? :) http://fj.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabana_levu
Bula tale, Sireli.Your question on introducing Fijian language studies in all schools in Fiji, including Indian schools, is a noble thought. Having said that, I am not an authority on education nor do I represent the FNU in as regards to your question which is a policy matter, so my response would be constrained. What I can say is that, the question would be better directed to those that make policy decions on these maters. And the proper authroity on this matter is the Ministry of Education and the schools management. But, from what I know, an Indian school - Tamavua Primary School, which my kids attend, have Fijian language taught in its classrooms from Class 1-Class 8. I also understand that Fijian is also an FJC and FSLC subject in many Fiji schools. But, I'm not sure whether Fijian is taught throughout the school system as a compulsory subject from Class 1 to Form 6 in all schools in Fiji. And yes, it would be great for the nation to have Fijian taught in all schools up to Form 6. Vinaka, Pita
Bula Sireli. The Fiji National University is in the process of introducing Fijian language studies. And yes, you're correct it is imperative FNU as a national university offer Fijian language studies, when even USP is offering Chinese language studies. . At USP, Fijian Language studies has been runing for some years now alongside French; Chinese is a new addition in 2011. The University of Fiji in Lautoka also has a course on Fijian Language. I hope I have answered your question. Vinaka, Pita
Bula, my name is Pita Waqawai. I'm based at the Fiji National University in Suva. Gald to be part of this group. I'm not am expert on teh Fijian Langauage, but am willing to contribute to Group's discussions on Fijian translations, and other relevant issues. Vinaka, Pita
can someone translate my comment in Fijian, please?>?>>?
malo George the invites..GB.
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