Pingelapese “e” vs. “ae”: Do you know the difference?

Ke kakaen raong wikpaesaeng kaen? Ke kakaen ihsingihdi wikpaesaeng kaen? This simple and colorful Pingelapese word book grew out of the authors' participation in the University of Hawai‘i's Language Documentation Project. The Project's mission is to help safeguard minority languages for which basic literacy documents, such as grammars and dictionaries, are either inadequate or nonexistent.

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