Three important parts to greetings in Fijian are your name, your village and your mothers village.
Your mother's village is your 'koro ni vasu'. Your father's village is your 'koro'.
1. Na yacaqu o ________________ (My name is _______)
2. Na noqu koro o _______________(My village is _____)
3. Au vasu i __________________ (My mothers village is ______)
Another way of saying my mothers village is :
Na noqu koro ni vasu o ____________.
yaca - name
yacaqu - my name
au - me
yacamu - your name
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