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  • move abroad, or far away from home, to work. Business travel Teaching English Travel writing Volunteer Working in China Working abroad Studying abroad
    343 bytes (28 words) - 02:35, 20 April 2015
  • airport in the world. Alas, many others think so too, making travel writing one of the most brutally competitive and poorly paid professions around:
    7 KB (1,115 words) - 21:25, 6 January 2016
  • country. Malay is very easy to pronounce: it has one of the most phonetic writing systems in the world, with only a small number of simple consonants and
    36 KB (5,080 words) - 23:56, 6 November 2015
  • Sharchop is a regional language spoken in eastern Bhutan. Some phrases in this phrasebook still need to be translated. If you know anything about
    2 KB (209 words) - 04:40, 23 August 2013
  • Dogri is a language spoken primarily in the Jammu region of India, and is also one of the 22 official languages of India. Some phrases in this phrasebook
    2 KB (257 words) - 11:58, 28 November 2014
  • Kurdish is the language of the kurdish people who live in the region known as Kurdistan that comprises of four countries Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria.
    4 KB (447 words) - 02:24, 11 November 2014
  • Dari is the name of the variant of Persian spoken in Afghanistan. See also Persian phrasebook. Hello.  Salaam. (.سلام) How are you?  Chi hal dari
    4 KB (383 words) - 06:17, 31 May 2014
  • Uzbek is the main language of Uzbekistan. It is also largely mutually intelligible with Uighur, which is spoken in China. Uzbek pronunciation is very
    4 KB (518 words) - 03:11, 23 August 2013
  • Chinese dialects, in general, use the same set of characters in reading and writing. A Cantonese speaker and a Mandarin speaker cannot talk to each other,
    36 KB (5,100 words) - 01:42, 10 November 2015
  • Tajik is the main language of Tajikistan, and is closely related to Farsi and Kurdish. Since the late 1930s, it is written using a variant of the Cyrillic
    4 KB (371 words) - 12:23, 12 January 2016
  • approximately one third of their words (via Latin), although the pronunciation and writing style tend to be very different. Spanish nouns come in two different
    51 KB (8,088 words) - 22:23, 17 January 2016
  • Bumthangkha is a regional language of in the Bumthang area of Bhutan. Hello.  . (Kuzuzangpo la ) Hello. (informal)  . (Kuzu ) How are you?   ? (ah
    3 KB (311 words) - 06:11, 23 August 2013
  • Sherpa is the main language of the Solu-Khumbu region of Nepal and also in other districts where the Sherpa people predominate. Hello.  Tashi Deleg
    3 KB (248 words) - 19:03, 11 June 2014
  • Tahitian is the main language of French Polynesia. Some phrases in this phrasebook still need to be translated. If you know anything about this language
    3 KB (252 words) - 06:30, 23 August 2013
  • Gamo-Gofa-Dawro is the main language of Southern Ethiopia. Some phrases in this phrasebook still need to be translated. If you know anything about
    2 KB (121 words) - 06:23, 23 August 2013
  • Zazaki is an Indo-European language spoken in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. Hello.  Selam. / Ma be xér. How are you? (informal)  Tı senén
    3 KB (351 words) - 22:08, 16 August 2013
  • Greece, the Roman Empire, or Christianity. Even after the introduction of writing to an area, in most cases (the exceptions being mostly the Roman era),
    4 KB (448 words) - 19:35, 13 February 2016
  • to earn an income while travelling, tips on volunteer work and Travel writing. more...                                                              
    10 KB (0 words) - 21:04, 2 February 2016
  • ( ) ...a postcard.  ( ) ...postage stamps.  ( ) ...batteries.  ( ) ...writing paper.  ( ) ...a pen.  ( ) ...English-language books.  ( ) ...English-language
    16 KB (1,311 words) - 12:45, 16 January 2016
  • Madurese is the language of Madura, an island off Java in Indonesia. It is spoken by large number of ethnic Madurese people throughout Indonesia.
    2 KB (129 words) - 06:38, 23 August 2013

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