Clause structure in Fijian
Fiji is a group of islands lying to the west of the New Hebrides, the Solomons and other Melanesian areas, and to the east of Tonga and other Polynesian areas. The island of Rotuma , to which mention is made later in this introduction, lies to the north of the group. Although regarded as part of Fiji since it was ceded to the British Crown in 1881, Rotuma has its own distinct language and people. Fiji is called 'Viti' by the Fijians who refer to themselves as 'iTaukei' or owners. Fiji...[Show more]
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