Tahiti: Learn a little Tahitian
Although French and English are widely spoken, the Tahitian language, or reo Tahiti, has been experiencing a resurgence as islanders become increasingly interested in honoring their roots. "Hello" is ia orana; "good-bye" is nana; and "thank you" is mauru’uru.
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