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Revision as of 17:05, 10 February 2011

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This page lists the foreign language phrasebooks currently available on Wikitravel. For more general information on language and travel, see Talk.

These phrasebooks are not language tutorials, comprehensive grammars, or dictionaries. Their goal is to define just enough of the language so that an English-speaking traveller can "get by" in an area where that language is spoken. A few languages are very widely used throughout the world and are listed first. All other languages are listed under the continent where they are most closely identified. For more general information about traveling in areas where you don't speak the language, see here. If you are not sure which languages are spoken in the country you plan to visit, see the "Talk" section of the article for that country.

WikiTravel phrasebooks which are substantially complete are colored green in the list below, though they may still benefit from your improvement. For all the other books, please contribute if you speak the language in question. If you need a phrasebook for a language not listed here, try adding it to the Requests for phrasebooks page. Or simply plunge forward and start the book yourself.

Initial phrasebook development was organized through the Phrasebook Expedition.

Phrasebooks are color coded according to their level of completion and overall quality­ as outlined at Wikitravel:Phrasebook status:

Star
Guide
Usable
Outline


Contents

World

Arabic (Modern Standard)
Chinese (Traditional)
Chinese (Simplified)
French
German
Hindustani
Japanese
Malay/Indonesian
Portuguese
Russian
Spanish



Africa

Afrikaans
Arabic (Modern Standard)
Amharic
Bambara (or Bamanankan)
Creole of Guinea-Bissau
Dawro
(Egyptian Arabic)
Ewe
French
Fulfulde
German
Hausa
Igbo (or Ibo)
Krio
Luganda
Malagasy
Mooré
Moroccan Arabic
Nyanja (or Chewa)
Portuguese
Sesotho
Seychellois Creole
Somali
Spanish
Swahili (or Kiswahili)
Tumbuka
Twi
Waray
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Zarma
Zulu

Asia

Arabic (Modern Standard)
(Jordanian Arabic)
(Lebanese Arabic)
Assamese
Balinese
Bengali (or Bangla)
Bumthangkha
Burmese
Burushaski
Cantonese
Chinese (Simplified)
Chinese (Traditional)
Dari
Dhivehi
Dogon
Dogri
Dzongkha
Gujarati
Hakka
Hebrew
Hindi
Iban
Indonesian
Japanese
Javanese
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kayan
Kazakh (or Qazaq)
Khmer (or Cambodian)
Konkani
Korean
Kurdish
Kyrgyz
Ladakhi
Ladino
Lao
Madurese
Majhi
Malay
Malayalam
Manado Malay (or Minahasa Malay)
Marathi
Minnan (or Hokkien, Taiwanese)
Mongolian
Nepali
Oriya
Pashto (or Pushtu)
Penan
Persian
Portuguese
Punjabi
Russian
Sanskrit
Sasak
Seraiki
Sharchopkha
Sherpa
Sindhi
Sinhala
Taiwanese
Tajik
Tamang
Tamil
Telugu
Tetum
Thai
Thami (or Thangmi)
Tibetan
((Amdo Tibetan))
Tulu
Turkish
Turkmen
Urdu
Uyghur
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Wu (or Shanghainese)
Yaeyama
Yonaguni
Zazaisch (or Zazaki)

Europe

Abkhaz
Albanian
Arberesh
Armenian
Azeri
Bashkir
Basque
Belarussian
Bosnian
Breton
Bulgarian
Catalan
Chechen
Circassian
Corsican
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
Esperanto
Estonian
Faroese
Finnish
French
Galician
Georgian (or Kartuli)
German
Greek
Hungarian
Icelandic
Irish
Italian
Latvian
Lithuanian
Macedonian
Maltese
Manx Gaelic
Montenegrin
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese
Portuguese (European dialect)
Provençal
Romanian
Russian
Saami
Serbian
Slovak
Slovenian (or Slovene)
Spanish (Castilian)
Spanish (International)
Swedish
Swiss-German
Turkish
Ukrainian
Welsh
West Frisian (or Frysk)
Yiddish

North America

French
Greenlandic (or Kalaallisut)
Haitian Creole
Inuktitut
Spanish (International)

Oceania

Akeanon (or Aklanon)
Bikol
Bislama
Boholano
Capiznon (or Capisano)
Carolinian
Cebuano
Chamorro (or Chamoru)
Fijian
Filipino (or Tagalog)
French
Hawaiian
Hiligaynon (or Illongo)
Ilocano (or Iluko)
Maori
Samoan
Tahitian
Tok Pisin (or New Guinea Pidgin)

South America

French
Portuguese
Quechua
Sranan
Spanish

Special purpose

Some special purpose lists of phrases are also available.

Scriptbooks

These special "phrasebooks" are for people interested in learning to read or write a complex script.

In other languages

Some phrasebooks are also available in French. These may help the adventurous traveler if a phrasebook for English speakers is not available. If you speak French, help other travelers by plunging forward and translate them!


See also

This is a usable article. It touches on all the major areas of the topic. An adventurous person could use this article, but please plunge forward and help it grow!




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