Ponapean Language

Pona European Language

This is a version of the Tower of Babel from Genesis in Pohnpeian, a Micronesian language spoken mainly on the island of Pohnpei and the Caroline Islands. The other names for the Ponaeuropean language: The Micronesian language is spoken in the Caroline Islands, Australia. Ponapean definition. Plural -s. Ponaeuropean language courses of the Peace Corps.

Mikronesia Products and English, Palauan, Pohnpeian, Ponapean, Trukese Languages

The economy is mainly made up of sub-sistence economy and fisheries. During 1996, the Compact of Free Association - the US treaty that provided $1.3 billion in monetary and technological aid to Micronesia over a 15-year term up to 2001 - led to a decline in the country's revenue. As this revenue represented 57% of the state' s total revenue, lower Compact financing led to a serious depressed state.

The economy rebounded in 1999-2001. However, the medium-term prospects for the economy appear rather uncertain as the subsidies granted under the US Compact are expected to be further reduced. Assistance to the economy:


Estimation of the number of pioneering ministers needed for the first unmet community to plant a congregation per state. Estimations are computed only for unattained groups of persons and are on the basis of a relation of 1 employee per 50,000 persons who live in an unattained group of persons per state. Several of our employees may already be on site.

Beyond this first estimation, much more manpower is needed.

Ponapean English Dictionary - Kenneth L. Rehg, Dictionary by Sohl, Germany

Every item contains a keyword, grammar information and one or more German definition(s). This work will also be useful for English-speaking Ponapean language and cultural scientists and academics as a source of information for mother -tongue teachers, especially for Pona European teachers working in bi-lingual work.

Pona European Referenzgrammatik - Kenneth L. Rehg, Damian G. Sohl

This is the most complete account of the native language of Ponape until now. This work will also be useful as a source of information for Pona European teachers, especially those working in bi-lingual educational programmes, for English-speaking Ponapean and other Pacific language and cultural scientists, starting with useful information about Ponape and Ponapean and then researching the language's phoneology, morphology as well as linguistic and syntactic terminology method.

The Pona-European speeches of honour are dealt with separately. It also includes an annex to the latest Pona European orthography convention and a list of select literature and essays useful for studying the language.

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