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Marshallese is spoken in the Marshall Islands, which lie north of the equator and just to the west of the International Date Line. It is one of the Micronesian languages, which form a branch of the Malayo-Polynesian family. The alphabet includes an ampersand (&), which represents a vowel sound somewhere between e and i.
Marshallese is spoken/used in Marshall Islands
Family: Malayo-Polynesian (Austronesian)
The Marshalls District is the eastemmost of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Majuro is the capital, and many people from the outer islands live there. Ebeye on Kwajalein Atoll is the subcapital of the Marshalls. The people on Ebeye work at Kwajalein, the missile testing range of the American military. Bikini and Eniwetok are the atolls where America tested bombs.
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