Kiribati Language Week
Kiribati Language Week 2023
The Kiribati language resource page is a great resource to use during Kiribati Language week, this year the Kiribati Language Week is from the 9th of July to the 15th July 2023.
You can also use the page as a way to learn about Kiribati culture, customs, songs and Kiribati words and phrases.
The first lesson, is that Kiribati is pronounced Kiribas !
At Pacific Learners, we are passionate about revitalising Pacific Language, we do this by producing and promoting animated videos that are fun, informative and educational.
Learn more about the islands of Kiribati by watching our videos.
Common Kiribati Words
Improve your Kiribati language knowledge by learning over 15 common Kiribati words.
You can use these words everyday, such as ‘Eang’ which means Yes, ‘Taiaoka’ which means ‘Please’, and many more. In this video you can also learn how to count to 10 in Kiribati.
Kiribati words for Days and Months
Build upon what you have already learned and continue with learning Kiribati words for Days of the week and Months of the year.
Click the button below to learn more.
My favourite Kiribati song
A child’s sense of identity often comes from having an appreciation of their culture and customs; this becomes increasingly important for our smaller islands in the Pacific, such as Kiribati.
In this video, Tieta sings a song in Kiribati, a song that is special to her and her family.
Kiribati words for colours and shapes
Learning the Kiribati language can be fun and exciting. In this video, you can learn 10 Kiribati words for colours and 10 Kiribati words for shapes.
Incorporate these words into your everyday conversations, for example, the sky is buruu, or the grass is kiriin.
Click on the ‘Learn more’ button for the script