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I-Kiribati to English Dictionary Paperback – December 30, 1997
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They say that a person is never truly educated until he travels. Michael Wright is a man of many talents who has traveled the world in search of adventure. He is not a typical tourist who tours the sites. “People are far more interesting than any scenery I could ever look at.”, he always says. In 1995, Michael Wright joined the U.S. Peace Corps as a volunteer in the island nation of Kiribati (formerly known as The Gilbert Islands). Little did he know that he would become as he puts it, “an accidental author” and end up writing the most complete, informative and comprehensive dictionary to translate I-Kiribati and English.
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In several cases it only lists nouns with one possesive modifier, instead of the neutral form. It also lacks cultural introspect into cultural practices behind phrases. It needs more collaboration with linguists especially native.
I hesitantly reccommend this dictionary to anyone. You may use it to assist in learning the language in your initial stage, but this one is a total rip off and there are better dictionaries out there for less.
The english introduction also needed editing.