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'''Fon''' (native name ''Fɔngbè'') is part of the [[Gbe languages|Gbe]] language cluster and belongs to the [[Kwa languages|Kwa]] sub-family of the [[Niger-Congo languages]]. Fon is spoken mainly in [[Benin]] by approximately 1.7 million speakers. Like the other Gbe languages, Fon is an [[analytic language]] with an [[Subject Verb Object|SVO]] basic word order.
|firstname=Debra
 
|lastname=Cesario
 
|country=Uzbekistan
 
|yearservicestarted=2000
 
|yearserviceended=2001
 
|site=Navoi
 
|program=Education
 
|assignment01=Univ. English Teaching
 
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==Description of Service ==
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==External links==
Over 100 PCVs were evacuated from Uzbekistan on Sept. 22, 2001 following that 9/11 attacks. Though some returned and the program re-opened after a short suspension, eventually Peace Corps was unable to continue in Uzbekistan. A few UZ-10s entered the Foreign Service, other stayed by finding private employment, and other try to visit. Many stay connected to Uz-land.
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* [http://www.fon-is-fun.org/ Fon is Fun!]
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* [http://perso.wanadoo.fr/langue.fongbe/ La langue Fongbe du Bénin]
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* [http://www.fon.eu Fon.eu - The Fon People]
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* [http://fongbe.blogspot.com The first blog totally in Fongbe. An access to a Fongbe forum is given]
  
==Lessons Learned==
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[[Category:Languages]]
 
 
==About Debra Cesario Today ==
 
 
 
==External Links==
 

Latest revision as of 13:34, 23 August 2016

Fon (native name Fɔngbè) is part of the Gbe language cluster and belongs to the Kwa sub-family of the Niger-Congo languages. Fon is spoken mainly in Benin by approximately 1.7 million speakers. Like the other Gbe languages, Fon is an analytic language with an SVO basic word order.

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